“One of my friends is considering getting pregnant because she wants to have a baby before 30. To say that I’ve never “Netflix’d and chilled” would be a lie out of… I believe this is a cop-out for those men who don’t have it together and probably won’t get it together.As a strong, successful woman, I have met men who tell me how great I am and that I would make a good wife, yet I did not become their woman. However, with those who seem to be “good men” and have it together themselves, but chose someone who is total opposite of the “good woman” they claim to seek, it has left me scratching my head and wondering WTF, why didn’t he choose me?Should I not tell him what I do for a living or that I have a college degree? However, to disregard the woman “who has it together” just so you can feel better about yourself is crazy. In the US population, there are about 86 men to 100 women, which means, at any given time, 14 percent of the women are single and this does not take sexual orientation or preference or the percentage of incarcerated men and women into consideration.
I have asked myself questions like: Should I be needy or clingy? Why do some men say they want one thing, but chase after something completely opposite? Men have egos that need to be stroked and they do not want to feel emasculated by their women.
When I first heard “we’re on a break” while talking about someone’s relationship, my mind jumped to, “Oh, that’s not good.” However, I’d wager I’m not the only person who’s thought that when someone in our lives told us they were on a break with their significant other. Part of the excitement of dating comes from all of the firsts you experience with your boyfriend.
The first date, first kiss, first fight/disagreement, the first time you realized you loved him. When you think back on the firsts you’ve experienced with your current or former boyfriend(s), what do […] Read more…
While Lucas was known as a serious and brooding in his younger years, Lucas's love interests include an upbeat film editor from the Valley, a flamboyant folk-rock singer and a smart and charismatic business woman.
In the biography, George Lucas: A Life, published by Little, Brown, writer Brian Jay Jones tells of the filmmaker's decades of love adventures and how he finally found the woman of his dreams at age 61.