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How to Cope When His Best Friend is a Woman

December 6th, 2010

His Best Friend is a Girl, but It Isn’t You

It’s hard not to feel threatened when your partner has a best friend of the opposite sex.  Things get even more complicated if your man and his female best friend were a couple at one time.  Before you let your emotions get the best of you, see what the Advice Panel vloggers have to say about the best ways to cope with his relationship between him and  his female best friend.

Tina of LuvemOrLeavem frequently writes about the relationship problems that can occur when partners have close friends of the opposite sex.  See what she has to say about how to surviving these relationships and whether or not to reveal your unease about this friendship to your partner.

Terez of Regain Your Relationship explains why you need to dig deep to understand whether the problem truly stems from the nature of his friendship or if there is something else behind your concerns.

Abiola of Abiola TV recommends an approach that encourage you to communicate your concerns without having to issue an ultimatum. Find out how Abiola handled this issue in her love life and what it taught her.

Tinzley of the dating advice blog, And You Wanna See My Feet, has some great advice for dealing with the man who takes this friendship a step further and is roommates with a female friend. Find out what she believes is the true test for whether he should pack his bags or be given a little leeway.

What do you think? Have you ever had an ex who had a best friend of the opposite sex?  Did you work it out or was it a deal breaker?  Please share your thoughts in the comments section.

He’s Ready for Sex, You’re Not – Video

November 20th, 2010

Men Are Usually Ready to Make a Relationship Sexual Before the Woman is Ready

This difference between men and women is true whether you are young and haven’t been in the dating world very long, or whether you’re a woman who been out in the dating world for decades.  So, what should you do when he’s ready for your relationship to become intimate but you want to wait?  Men and women are very different, especially when the issue is sex.  What is “no big deal” to him, is a very big deal from a woman’s point of view.  See what the Advice Panel vloggers have to say about how to deal with the issue of when he is pressuring you to have sex but you want to wait.

Tina of LuvemOrLeavem tackles the issue of how men and women view sex differently by throwing out her long list of reasons why you should wait if you aren’t ready for sex and narrowing it down to one simple fact that should simplify this decision for you.

Terez of Regain Your Relationship discusses what how to handle a man who is pressuring you to have sex, and what his demands on this issue are likely to reveal about his nature in general.

Abiola of AbiolaTV is never afraid to talk about sex.  She explains why you shouldn’t let anyone try to talk you into something when you’re not ready, and she also shares some great tips for how to tell your guy that he’s going to have to wait.

Tinzley of the dating and relationship blog And You Wanna See My Feet believes in staying true to yourself and not allowing anyone to pressure you.  She also has some questions that you need to ask yourself to help you evaluate this relationship that has led to both of you being on two different sides of this delicate issue.

Kelly of Notes from the Dating Trenches has a list of questions to ask yourself to be understand why you don’t feel as ready for sex as your man does. Answer these questions and you’ll understand whether you truly want to wait or whether you just have cold feet.

David of Social Masters Dating Advice discusses both ends of the two extremes that women often embrace when considering this issue. He also offers suggestions for how you can find a middle ground to help you decide when you are truly ready.

What do you think? Have you even been in a relationship where one of you was ready for sex and one of you wasn’t? Please share your thoughts in the comments section.

Should You Try to Get Your Ex Back?

November 6th, 2010

After a difficult break up it is common to want to get your ex back.  Of course like many things in life, just because you want something doesn’t mean that getting it is a good idea.  Your relationship ended for a reason, and there is a good chance that you will be happier in a new relationship than you were in your old relationship.

Despite that, if you feel that you were in a good relationship that could have been repaired you are likely to want to take steps to get your ex back.  Before you take those steps, take a listen to what the Advice Panel vloggers have to say about when you should try to get your ex back and when it is time to leave that relationship in the past.

Tina of LuvemOrLeavem is not a big fan of getting back together with an ex, but for those who choose this route she suggests two questions that you need to ask yourself before you attempt to win back your ex.

Terez of Regain Your Relationship lays out all of the things that you need to consider when deciding whether your ex is really worth trying to get back or whether you are better off having that ex in your past.

Tinzley of the Dating Blog And You Wanna See My Feet explains why most popular theories regarding why you should not try reconcile with your ex have it all wrong and are really myths rather than fact. She also shares her own tips for deciding whether or not you should try to reconcile with your ex.

Abiola of Abiola TV has some strong words about why you should not try to get back with an ex, but she does admit that there are some exceptions. Find out when she thinks that it is worth trying to reconcile.

David of Social Masters describes the two different mentalities that people use when trying to determine whether to put their energy into getting an ex back or into trying to find a new relationship.

Kelly of Notes from the Dating Trenches gives her list of questions as to whether or not you should try to reconcile as well as some signs that getting back together is no right for you.

What do you think? Should you ever try to get an ex back?  Have you ever tried to get an ex back?  Please share your thoughts and stories in the comments section.


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