Relationship Tips »

[23 Jan 2010 | 3 Comments | ]

so i have been friends with this girl for about 3 years. I havent seen her
for those 3 years at all because of her OD JEALOUS BF. Now she has a baby
boy by him and is single because shes tired of his jealous ways and
controlling personallity. We started to talk and hang out about 4 months
ago. We do a lot together. I liked her since day 1. So one day i told her i
liked her. But by that time i was already moved into the “friend zone”. I
still tell her now and then that i still like her. So she decided to “give
it a try” between us… She likes to call it a “free trial”. I want to be
with her but she says that if there isnt a spark, we go back to being just
friends. I would like your thoughts on this situation i have and if there is
any advice u can give me. Thank you.

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Step Up Your Game »

[21 Jan 2010 | 6 Comments | ]

Seven about to happen three different ways
When my friends see me the day after I’ve picked up a girl at a bar and slept with her the same night, they say “So you got lucky last night, huh?” I simply nod and go on my way. But the other day I began to think about what that really means, “to get lucky.” I wouldn’t say I’ve ever slept with a woman without putting some sort of effort into it, and I realised: getting lucky has nothing to do with luck. I’ve never had a girl come up to me and say, “Hey, let’s go fuck.” Now that would be lucky. There is always effort that goes into talking, joking around, and spending time on making all the right moves before I get the green light, no matter how effortless I can make it look. The only real luck you should need is that you choose a club or a lounge where there are a number of good looking girls for you to choose from. The rest shouldn’t consist of any luck. As soon as you locate a girl you think is good looking enough, you should begin your approach.
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Friends with Benefits »

[19 Jan 2010 | 4 Comments | ]

So I am recently divorced and have been single for over a year now. I’ve
known this guy (my fb) for about 3 yrs and just this halloween we slept
together. And have been ever since, we both say that we don’t want a
relationship but act different. The sex isn’t like a normal “fuck”. Its
almost like we make love. I want more but not really sure how to approach it
cuz we realy don’t talk about the relationship thing! He treats me like I’m
more than a fb. He’s shy just like I am and for him to ask me to come
over…well it just doesn’t happen. If I’m at his house with other mutual
friends (his roomates) and he’s not there..well its like he wants me to wait
for him and if I don’t I get txts from him that say “just got home”…
Please help..I’ve read the rules of fb relationships and it so doenst fit
what’s goin on with me and him! Help??!!

Sincerely,
~Confused~

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Relationship Tips »

[16 Jan 2010 | 5 Comments | ]

After getting rid of the fuck buddy, I went to a party and met this really
nice guy. We hit it off great, and hung out the whole night. We ended up
making out, which i know this is going to sound sad, but the make-out
session was more passionate then any sex Ive ever had with another guy. I
then went on to give him a blow job, but no sex. Which, I was proud of (the
whole no sex part). The guy asked me to stay the night, which I did and we
cuddled and talked for a while until we fell asleep. The next morning he had
to go to work, so we exchanged numbers and have been txting the last few
days. He says that he wants to see me again, which I really want to see him
also but I don’t want this to turn into another fuck buddy. I’m ready for
something more serious then that. How should I handle this? Do I come out
front and tell him that I’m interested in him and that I want to get to know
him better, and see how he views things? I just really don’t want to mess
this up. Please help!

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Interviews »

[13 Jan 2010 | 3 Comments | ]

This week I got the chance to interview another blogger, Walter Adena from Lion Slinger who has a real passion for what he writes about. I wanted to focus more on blogging in particular in this interview so if you are interested in how to get involved in blogging and what others write about, be sure to read the following interview.

How did you start off blogging and how would you describe your blog’s main topic?

The urge to express my passion for writing has prodded me to start a blog. With this passion comes my intention to share the wisdom I have learned in my observation of life. Such then has become my blogs main topic.
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Relationship Tips »

[10 Jan 2010 | 2 Comments | ]

So I met this guy through my friend, and we started dating and have been
speaking to each other everyday since we met… we got together and made it
official… bf/gf… but then I started hearing that he is still mixed up
with his ex-gf of 3 years… so I lost trust, and we started to argue
non-stop… we broke things off but now we are still having sex together, I
am not sure what is going on with his ex and him, and I dont know if i
should ask… I want him back, but I think he is very confused with me and
his ex… I have a feeling he might be cheating on his ex with me… i am
not sure what to do… but I really enjoy the sex, and things are a lot
easier now that we aren’t offically together…

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Interviews »

[9 Jan 2010 | One Comment | ]

Today I interviewed a fellow blogger, Srini Rao from The Skool of Life where he takes you on a course of personal development. I find his posts quite useful and overtime I can easily say he’s become a friend. I’d like jump right into the interview here and suggest you check out his blog once you finish reading this, because it really does have some meaningful content.

1. First, let me ask you how you started blogging and what made you want to blog about personal development?

I started blogging last summer when I was working as an intern at Intuit between my first and second year of business school. I did it then mainly to learn about social media. When I graduated from business school I realized I needed some sort of tangible asset to showcase the skills on my resumes so I started The Skool of Life. As far as why I chose personal development, I had an interest in it. I had been studying quite a bit for years and I knew I could write about it because I was passionate about it. Conveniently it helps with all the other goals in my life too. At first however, I was only using my blog to try to get me a job ,but its resulted in much more.
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