2010 April |

Friday, April 30th, 2010

Do you take it seriously and follow advice such as the ‘rules of dating’?

And use articles like ‘what men are really thinking’ for information about men? I have it on good authority, Vi, that most journalists who write for magazines like ‘Cosmo’ and ‘Vogue’ and ‘The Women’s Institute Monthly Newsletter’ are nothing more than boozy, drug-crazed, rampant old hairy-arsed lezzers who couldn’t pull a bloke if he was on feckin’ casters. Fortunately, however, the astrology pages within said mags are 100% reliable and I follow THEIR advice to the letter. I am currently single …


Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

Every time I ask a question here I only get like 1-3 answers. I feel like there are a lot of people asking but not enough answering. Is there another website where I can go?

Miss Cleo has all the answers,


Monday, April 26th, 2010

Is it based on them having a Top Contributor badge on YA?

Do you ever wonder how some earn these badges?

You can be confidant when you try someones advise and it works fur you !!!!

Saturday, April 24th, 2010

Sure, we get plenty of advice in this section – but do we really follow it?

Not exactly, but i learn from here and gain some experience

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

I’m just asking. I know a woman who has her cake and eats it too and she was giving me some advice on men. (Don’t let them live off of you.) Some what turning a deaf ear to her. Instead of somewhat turning a deaf ear you need to turn and run! Seriously……some women are okay with this but Id be willing to bet that the vast majority are not. Marriage might not be all of what it used to be but to a lot its still sacred. One woman one man. Having cake and eating it too might seem appealing but I often wonder if its really working for that person doing it..if they are really enjoying it…..wonder too if there are underlying issues within that person. I dunno……but I have been in your place before and while I liked the particular person and considered her a friend it was hard for me to sit and listen to her as well have her try to advise me on relationships.

My answer…nope I wouldn’t trust or take advice from her.

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

The ones I have found coming up in yahoo searches are very non active. Just looking to see if anyone has any suggestions. I like to give and receive advice and also a forum with an active general discussion or off topic area for community banter would be nice. In the past I have found some of the best forums by word of mouth, rarely do the best ones come up in yahoo searches. http://www.loveforum.net/ http://www.enotalone.com/forum/index.php http://relationshipforums.com/


Sunday, April 18th, 2010

I am going to be in a long distance relationship with my boyfriend because he is going to be away for awhile…I do not want our long distance relationship to fall apart since we have been dating for years, so I need long distance relationship advice that will help keep our relationship secure and happy. If anyone has some key tips for a long distance relationship advice, I would appreciate any help!

I have a long distance relationship advice for you! You must realize that long distance relationship will affect your relationship with your partner because of the fact you are not able to see each other or know what the other person is doing. The most important thing is talking to your partner as often as possible and stay in touch.

You also want to make sure there is a strong sense of trust between you and your partner. This is a problem with most relationship because there is a lack of trust and communication between the two people, but there are ways you can fix it. There are a ton of other long distance relationship advice that you should go find such as building trust within another and stuff. Check out my source for a great website that will help you out!

Friday, April 16th, 2010

Would you rather take advice from someone who has “been around the block” and perhaps been married a few times and made their mistakes but has finally gotten it right or would you rather get advice from someone who has been only with one other person and has been married for a long time? Which advice would carry more weight in your eyes?

One person that has been married for a long time.

And I NEVER bother with anyones answer where they are like 25 years old and been married for like two years…….I don’t think most people have a clue until they are at least 30………that’s just me…..

Wednesday, April 14th, 2010

i am planning to transfer to my boyfriend’s college because he can’t transfer to mine, they don’t offer his major. we’ve been dating for two and a half years and the long distance relationship is new and it’s breaking my heart. the people closest to me have told me if it’s meant to be it will work out no matter the distance but i hate being so far away.

If you are a freshmen this year, just wait it out until the end of the year and see where the relationship goes. You love him, yes, but college is also the time to find yourself and make lifelong friends. Your relationship will make if it’s strong. You don’t want to change everything for a boy. If you have been apart for longer than that, I think you could consider transferring since you have given it a good shot and it’s still so difficult to be away from each other. Good luck to you!

Monday, April 12th, 2010

So, I was listening to the radio and they were saying if you are over the age of 25 and you have been dating someone for 2 years and you haven’t gotten a proposal yet to be married that you should end the relationship and move on. What are your thoughts on that?

That is the stupidest thing i have heard. It depends on the relationship.