There’s a huge difference between being the girl a guy wanted to date, and one he just wants to have sex with. If you’re looking for a relationship with a man, then knowing this difference is key. Hey YouTube, welcome to my channel, I’m Amy North. Lately I’ve been getting a lot of requests for different post topics, so I’ve put together a list of some of the top picks and today I’m going to let you guys decide which you’d rather see.
So how do you keep the spark alive when you’re in a relationship and it’s long distance? How do you feel connected when you’re apart like that? I actually did a post a while back that highlighted some of the strategies that I use in long distance relationships and that I coach people with.
I’m actually the king, or was the king, of long distance relationships before I got married, and so I’ve had a bunch of comments and people saying, “Hey, what are some extra things I can do? What are some extra strategies to help stay connected and keep that spark alive?” So in this post, I’m going to share with you three things that you can do to keep the spark alive when you’re long distance. Now, a while back, I recorded a post on long distance relationships that gives three pillars, really solid strategies for staying connected.
– So here’s the question, when do you think it’s appropriate to start splitting the bill on dates? – I am more than happy to go dutch. I believe in equality for all, so I like the yin and the yang of a guy paying sometimes, I’ll pay sometimes. It kinda sets the tone for a relationship.
And you know, I got your back, you got my back. Having said that, if it is the first date, he better offer to pay or there will not be a second date. (audience applauding and cheering) – I will say I love it as a gesture. I think it’s really sweet and I appreciate, but a lot of times, I feel like no, I wanna go dutch on the first date. Cause we’re both feeling each other out and I don’t want someone to assume something. So I like going dutch on a first date. (audience applauding and cheering) – Well, I mean, I feel like it just depends on the delivery. – (Katy) Yes. – Like if the check comes and he look over at me like – (Katy) Yeah. – Then so you need to go ahead and put down on this and I’m gonna go.
Our first official date, oh man. He picked me up at like 9:00 in the morning, and I was just like why is he coming to pick me up so early to go to the beach. I wouldn’t quite call it a date. We were calling it more just a hangout.
I think I asked him out to brunch. He thought he was friendzoned and that I didn’t have any romantic feelings for him because I’d asked him out to brunch. The moment was August 15th of 2015. We had a drink together and then yeah we just kind of like connected like crazy. I had just put on this body lotion and I was like breaking out in hives everywhere.
Hey guys in this post we are going to talk about the best dating app, Tinder, and the do’s and don‘ts. Stay tuned Okay I used to say that Tinder was the worst dating app but if you use it properly it can be the best dating app, and the reason why I think so is because you don’t have to worry about rejection because you only end up connecting with people who are mutually interested in you. So you don’t have to send an email hoping that they’re gonna reply back, you just swipe right or left and if someone swipes the same way as you do then you know that there’s a connection and if not then you don’t sit around waiting wondering and checking your email to see if they replied. With that said, how to make Tinder work for you if you’re actually looking for a serious relationship because I used to say that Tinder was a dating app that was exclusively for hookups but it’s becoming more prevalent that people are also using it for finding a long-term relationship.
I want somebody I can be friends with. Tall dark and handsome. It’s about the vibes.
It was just a hot mess. And then it just got really awkward after that. Cray Z Dates for new generation of daters. What was your very first date?
I’m trying to think of what would count as a very first date. I went with my brother’s best friend. It was a double date. A guy high school. I was living in Alaska at this point and this guy he lived in Texas.
– We’re bringing you the headlines that affect you and your health and we wanted to have an expert weigh in, so we went straight to the man with the answers, please welcome our very special guest today, Dr. Phil! (audience cheers, clapping) Welcome, sir! – Hello! – Good to have you as always. – Alright! (audience cheers) – So glad to have you because this first topic is right up your alley. We know that therapy is a useful tool for those struggling with relationship issues, but people now in newly formed relationships, they’re scheduling appointments very early on with therapists, and the question of course is, how early is too early? (chuckles) Apparently, people within the first month or so of their relationship, they’re going for preventative counseling!
Our first question comes to us from Nicole who actually, is in our audience. So, Nicole, welcome, you look so lovely. Thank you, thank you for having me. What would you like to ask the doctors?
So, when people initially look at me they think that I had a breast augmentation, when in reality I was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 26 last year. And so, I had a double mastectomy, during my recovery I got an infection which was a huge setback. After five surgeries in a year it’s inevitable for me to look like a chopping board underneath my clothes, as normal as I may look on the outside. And I’m fairly open about sharing my story with people but my question is, how soon is too soon to share when it comes to dating?