Dear Ms. HeartBeat: My fiancée and I have been dating for four years and engaged for three this month. I have made repeated attempts at getting the ball rolling to actually walk down the aisle, or even to move in together, but it’s not happening! I know he loves me, but he seems hesitant when […]
Dear Ms. HeartBeat: How does a man answer the question: “How much do you love me?” Is there a chart somewhere with the quantifiable data that we can refer to? Is this just a trick question? I mean, if we’ve already said “I love you” to each other, why do we need to have this […]
Dear Ms. HeartBeat: My husband and I got married 2-1/2 months ago, but we’ve been together for five years. He was laid off over a year ago and went into business for himself as a commercial mortgage broker. The first part of the year was really hard with some of the deals lingering and not closing, […]
If a man is trying to get in your life but is not offering you anything that will make your life better, ease some burdens you have and help shoulder responsibilities so that you don’t have to do everything alone, then you don’t need him!
Dating for almost a year, he calls 10x a day and spends all his free time with one woman, but still refuses to acknowledge to her, his family, his friends and even himself that he is in a relationship and in love.
When a man gets defensive and tries to place blame on his woman about something HE failed to do, that is a major character flaw that should make one reexamine the relationship. Only a man-child refuses to be responsible or accountable for their behavior and tries to make every poor decision and misstep he took a woman’s fault.
A young woman finds out that her boyfriend of two years is living a down low lifestyle and secretly having intimate relations with men. Now she isn’t sure how to handle it or what to do.
A reader observes that the majority of advice letters from women fall into the category of loving men who don’t love them back. Why do the women hang onto these sad, unfulfilling relationships so long?
There are several reasons why men give women their number instead of asking for hers like a man should. What is up with these weak wimpy Beta males and their cowardly approach to getting to know a woman?
Can the toddler property laws about ownership also apply to dating between adults? The sense of entitlement and ownership some men have towards women definitely raises the question.