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Monthly Archives: June 2016

Things that You Doesn’t Matter when Like Someone

# Their looks. It’s important to be attracted to the person you’re dating… but that’s where the line gets drawn. It doesn’t matter if your friends think they’re hot. They’re not the ones dating him. If your friend calls your bae ugly, it might be time to get new, fully supportive friends.

# Their gender. Even if you’ve always considered yourself straight, that doesn’t mean you can’t develop feelings for another girl. Sexuality is a spectrum, plus, you don’t have to put a label on your feelings or sexuality if you don’t want. And considering that more than half of young people aren’t straight, you’re not the only person dealing with these feelings!

Their age or grade.  Hold on, we’re not suggesting you go out and date someone wayyyyolder (or younger). What we mean is, if someone in the grade above or below you makes your heart flutter, you shouldn’t rule out dating them because it feels silly or babyish to crush on someone who’s a year younger. And hey, if you stay together, you can go to prom two years in a row.

# Where they live. So, your mom says they live “on the wrong side of the tracks.” That…

  1. Doesn’t mean they’re less of a person.
  2. Was settled in Step Up, when Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan-Tatum proved you can overcome any obstacle through the power of dance.

# If you think they’re “out of your league.” No such thing. There is no official League-Keeper running around town with a notebook, jotting down which people are in which imaginary social classes (although, come to think of it, that’s a great plot for a dystopian YA trilogy — Suzanne Collins, hit me up).

# If they don’t text properly. As frustrating as it is 2 receive texts lyk dis, u know hwat i mean, it’s not a reason to kick someone to the curb. They could be completely brilliant… just not so interested in typing like they’re talking to the Queen of England. Annoying, yes, terrible, no.

# If they wear boat shoes year-round. Or shorts in the winter or massively oversized sweats every day of the week. Just because they could use the help of a stylist doesn’t mean they’re an unworthy potential bae.

# If they’re awkward. A certain degree of awkwardness is to be expected — it’s just part of dating rn. Ten years from now, your crush’s affinity for Dungeons and Dragons will seem totally charming. But some awkwardness lasts for life — and that’s a good thing! Your crush’s love of dumb puns and dorky video games makes them who they are

# How “cool” they are. Maybe they sit at the popular kids’ table and you’re way over on the other side of the cafeteria sitting with the theater kids. So what? Did that stop Rachel Berry from dating Finn Hudson? No, it certainly did not.

 # If you’re bigger/taller than them (or vice versa). Take it from me, a tall girl who slouched her way through every school dance because she didn’t want to tower over her dates: it’sfine to date someone who’s smaller than you are. I’m turning this one over to Joe Jonas and Ashley Graham, whose sizzling music video proves size literally does not matter one speck.

# If they go to your school. Is it a little awkward to introduce your new bae to all your school friends (and meet all of their school friends)? Maybe at first. But if you have real feelings for someone, it’s worth that five-second weirdness of being like, “Hi, this is Sam.” It won’t be a ~whole big weird thing~ once you spend a little time with each other’s peeps.

# If their Instagram sucks. Whether they #hashtag #every #single #thing or have, like, 10 followers (including their mom), that’s a pretty lame reason to stifle your crush. Some people just aren’t good at the Internet, and that’s OK. All that means is that you get to direct every cute couple photo.


Conversations Tips for First Date

conversations-tips-for-first-dateA few people think that its simple to begin a conversation, even with an outsider; yet not everybody discovers it so natural. They may say hush is a righteousness, yet whoever said it first clearly never sat through a clumsy date.

While cash, governmental issues or religion ought to likely be maintained a strategic distance from ahead of schedule seeing someone, that still leaves bounty to discuss, and a decent discussion can a hours ago.

Keep in mind that most great discussions begin with an open-finished inquiry – you don’t need a snorted “yes” or “no” accordingly. The individual noting ought to at any rate have the capacity to answer with a full sentence.

Good conversation starters might sound something like this:

  • What kind of foods do you like?
  • Have you read any good books lately? Was it interesting?
  • What’s one place you haven’t travelled to yet that you really want to go?
  • You look really nice, where did you get (item in question) from?
  • Have you seen any movies recently? How did you like it/them?
  • What kind of music do you listen to/ are interested in?
  • What sports do you play or like? How long have you played for?

You might, as well as the money-politics-religion stuff, want to steer clear of family matters and work in the early days as well – you could find yourself getting very personal very quickly, so you should play those ones by ear. Obviously don’t go on about your ex-boyfriends or -girlfriends too much.

Start with the easy lead questions and conversation should start to flow. If you still have unanswered queries then wait and leave this for date