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 […]
Daily Advice Questions
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!
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.
A young man is confused about why his date kissed him and asked to see him again, then went cold for days – even after he sent her flowers.
A young black woman worries about the dirty looks she thinks she gets from black and white people when out with her white boyfriend.
When her 14 year old girl suddenly started drinking, doing drugs and acting “fast” there is always a reason. A mother writes Ms. HeartBeat for suggestions on how to help her child.
Why do guys date her then tell her what kind of woman they REALLY like – a type that is not her? Ms. HeartBeat has some great information about these types of knuckleheads to share.
Young woman confused about the direction of her online dating relationship and why the guy she’s seeing keeps and updates his dating profile.
Alpha males are placed in the role of preferred leader of a group simply by the confidence, success and physical attractiveness they possess. They are a trifecta of manhood. You are not an Alpha male and can never become one, but you CAN improve your chances for being chosen by women with attention to a few key areas.
I met a wonderful man and we began dating about six months ago. Towards the beginning of our relationship, his closest friend, brother, daughter, and random women we would meet at parties warn me about him with comments such as, “You’re going to get screwed over” and “You shouldn’t date my Dad because he has a bad personality” and “Watch out for this guy!”
Three of my brothers now have come back to live in the house but don’t help with anything! I have gotten into many arguments with them and even my mom over this. She says I’m not right and don’t know the meaning of family. All I do is work to support a house and grown men that don’t contribute. How do I get out of this situation?