This certainly gives you a view into the future. You need to tell her that if she intends to stay, she is not simply a guest but rather a partner, and you expect her to act like one. Good luck with that.
It really depends on your family. Some families don't want anybody coming into a family setting unless it's really serious, while others are comfortable with anyone you might bring home. Ask them if they would like to meet her. Their response just may surprise you in a good way.
You knew what the rules were when you started going out with him. He was honest with you from the start. You obviously have had a change of heart. You are either going to have to deal with what he is doing, or you need to end the relationship.
Don't change just because your bf MAY not like your hair. If you want to change it for you, that's different. You need to be comfortable with you and how you look.
Yes, pretty much wherever you turn, people are on their gadgets. There are some basic etiquette rules but not many. Remember that 10 years ago much of the internet was still in it's infancy, and there were no smart phones or smart devices or apps. Welcome to 2015
And who pays for her clothes??? As long as she is in your house, she lives by your rules. Yes, it's old fashioned, but if more parents acted like parents and set limits, it would eliminate a lot of problems. Now I sound like the one who's old fashioned. The job of a teenager is to test the limits. The job of a parent is to set them.
Your gf needs some help that only a professional can give her. There are obviously very deep emotions that are stirred up, perhaps of early traumas. She probably doesn't want to ruin the relationship with you, so she's not willing to burden you with any emotional baggage. Tell her that because you care for her, you want her to get help so that she doesn't have the emotional pain that is so evident.
Try just being yourself because if you try being something you are not, you will fail. After you have more experience, you won't feel as awkward. Confidence comes with successful experiences.
What do football and dating have to do with each other?
Some people go to the gym to work out, while others use it as their personal meat market. If this beautiful woman is intensely working out, then stay away until she is done. Don't try picking her up. Try just being a gentleman and having a polite conversation ... after her workout. If you interrupted my workout, I'd be really pissed.
A good age is when you and your partner are ready. Some people are ready at 20, some at 30, and some later. There is no hard and fast rule. I was married when I was 22 and my wife was 21, and we have 44 years under our belts. Today, many couples are getting married older when their careers and finances are set. You will know when you are ready.
As mentioned, she is "predisposed" to depression, but it's not automatic. As long as everything is going well, don't sweat it.
If you aren't ready to make a decision, don't. It may be that you are bisexual. Just go with the flow. Sometimes it takes people a long time to figure themselves out. Be kind to yourself, and don't rush to judgment.
As with the previous answer, get rid of them. NEVER allow someone to disrespect you. No one deserves to be treated that way.
Drop them like a hot potato. That's not something a real friend does. Don't allow anyone to treat you that way.
It doesn't make any difference what label they put on it. If those are your standards, and you are perfectly comfortable with them, don't give them up. You'll regret it. You are the best judge of what's comfortable for you.
Don't fall into the trap of male mentality regarding getting laid. You should NOT sleep with someone unless you want to, and it doesn't make any difference if you are male or female. There's nothing wrong with you.
There is no "magic" amount of time. I've had patients who have lost a spouse start dating after 6 weeks, and I've had surviving spouses who don't date at all, and I've had many time frames in between. It's up to each individual. Hopefully, those around the surviving spouse will respect decisions that are made. Don't mock a pain you haven't endured.
There is no magic number. It is whatever feels comfortable to you. For some is none, others a few, while still others don't care about past relationships. Different strokes for different folks.
Just be a good friend first. The rest will follow.
Your bf wants both of you to be healthy, even if it's a bit overboard. My suggestion is to try going with it.
The best advice is to study the news. That way you'll have lots to talk about. Talk is difficult for a lot of people. Just keep working on it and the confidence will come
There is no "right" time when it comes to getting married. I can certainly understand why the two of you would like some type of assurance, but there is none. You've been going together long enough to pretty much know if it's going to work. Especially since both of you come from divorced families, it would be an excellent idea to get some pre marital counseling to work out any of the kinks before they get too tight.
The best advice is just don't discuss politics or religion with people who are very fanatic about either. You are never going to just have a "discussion." It will generally ALWAYS lead to an argument. You are fine just telling him that you don't discuss either. If he persists, just excuse yourself from the room.
First, not two people are alike, and certainly not all “girls.” Some feel they have to act like a guy just to compete. For a lot of females that’s harder to do. As the old saying goes about the famous dance couple, “Ginger Rogers had to do everything Fred Astaire had to do, but she had to do it in high heels and backward.” It’s generally all about respect.