Like the title says, what's something you learned the hard way?
For me it was learning that if a guy doesn't fall for you quickly then he never will. Won't waste my time with that again
Most Helpful Guy
Find a woman who would be as interesting as a partner if she were a man. Sexual attraction will fade if it stands alone.
End any relationship amicably if possible.
If anything or anyone looks enticing to you, draw your attention away, look at other things and people carefully in comparison, and then look again.
Never call any engagement with a romantic interest a date and never try to get to know someone in a public place.
The best partners are those who approach you - they play an active role in sex and in joint activities.0
Most Helpful Girl
1) Guys don't have to be nice if you tell them you're feelings/ask them out (they can be pretty nasty sometimes)
2) A man's brain (the frontal lobe) is not fully developed until they are closer to 25+. So wanting to date a respectable man means either: wait until they are older-or don't constrain yourself based on age groups (my grandparents were 13 years apart and it wasn't bad for them!).
3) Just because all of the women on your mom's side found their "one and only" by the time they were 19-does not mean it will carry over to you too! (Sad the family "blessing" seems to have broken with me :( )
4) Do everything and oversee everything you need yourself!
5) Real friends won't make fun of you once you tell them to stop, won't compete for you OR your CRUSH, and will NEVER do things to degrade you behind your back! They also will talk about ANYTHING with little to no harsh judgement.
6) Dying is not easy-especially when you're the one watching it happen to a loved one. But once they are gone-let them go or it will cost the happiness of all those around you (and you) who wish to spend a loving happy time with you.0