After two years writing my dating column for Style, I’ve been on just short of 100 dates, seven dating apps and three dating sites. There have been bankers, lawyers, musicians, barmen, taxi drivers and conspiracy theorists.
Chat-up lines are dead, ghosting is the go-to dumping method and Fifty Shades of Grey was the worst thing to happen to single women across the country. And although I may not have found my one true love in time for the final chapter, I have learnt some very valuable lessons on how to date like a millennial that…
We were talking about something girly, so he started doing these weird prat falls onto the ground.
Another time, we were at a crowded party and he took off all his clothes. After a while, my best friend pointed out that maybe he was narcissistic.
He made me take off my black pants and black tank top, and put on skinny jeans and a green shirt. My boyfriend was also super dramatic when we were around other people.
He always needed everyone's attention and when I was talking to other guys--or girls, for that matter.
When she's not writing, you can find her herding goats, chickens, and children.I’m more in love with my husband than I was when I walked down the aisle toward him. Sex works like Super Glue, binding us together for a lifetime. Oxytocin is a powerful chemical often called the “cuddle hormone.” It’s a bonding chemical that creates feelings of caring. Because marriage is a relationship between two sinners, it comes with a share of struggles. We didn’t need more “experiences” or to “experiment.” God’s commandments have proven to be the very best thing for us. Maybe you’ve felt the stinging tears of regret that come with missing God’s mark.God created this hormone to work as human Super Glue. That’s true for every marriage, regardless of sexual history. I’ve sat around enough dining room tables and seen enough tears shed to know the opposite is also true. Maybe you look forward with great expectation to your own wedding day, leaning on Jesus to help you keep your way pure.It’s tempting to question if God’s standards are possible.