don't expect to tell your best friend and have them be cool with it when you and your SO are all lovey dovey again.
So, proceed with caution if it seems too good to be true.
“The brain plays interesting tricks on us, sending love glitter through our brain and body, which then convinces us that this person is ‘the one,'” Hunter says.
“If you accept this fact, you may find that one of the people who you thought was ‘not so perfect’ is actually pretty great for you.” Most of the time, playing hard to get just guarantees that both of you are going to end up alone.
“The dating world is competitive and few people have the time to constantly pursue someone who is not demonstrating any interest,” says Anderson.
“Stop playing these silly games and show a little interest back.
You will be giving yourself many more opportunities with people you otherwise might have missed out on.” Waiting for someone else to make the first move will often leave you just, well, waiting.“We can love more than one person in life and while we do have deeper, stronger connections with some more than others, the belief that we have soulmates can be a skewed predictor of future relationship success…or failure.” “When things get heated, we tend to say things we don’t always mean.Fortune favors the bold in love more than any other endeavor.” “This is the motto of every person you have ever met that draws drama to them like a magnet, but can’t for the life of them figure out why,” Anderson says.“Instead of trying to rationalize your bad behavior, spend that time actually improving yourself and your life to the point where your worst is worth dealing with.” Having a life partner who loves everything you love might sound great, but there’s often more than meets the eye in these partnerships.My ex best friend and I are no longer in contact because I told her that her SO punching things when he's angry at her is right on the border of punching HER when he's angry. Ask Women: A subreddit dedicated to asking women questions about their thoughts, lives, and experiences; providing a place where all women can comfortably and candidly share their responses in a non-judgmental space.