A young man still in love with his ex-girlfriend doesn’t seem to understand that his ongoing “friendship” with her means he is playing with fire.
Daily Advice Questions
In the real world, love is never enough to guarantee happily ever after. Can an organized, on-time neat freak and a spontaneous procrastinating slob live under the same roof amicably?
Together for two years she is clamoring for an engagement ring and marriage that he isn’t financially prepared to provide. Ms. HeartBeat has a brilliant suggestion for how to negotiate this premarital conflict
Men have asked her for help with car payments, rent, bills, and even for material things they wanted. How to handle guys that think they are so wonderful they have the right to live off women.
Saying “no!” to men is a necessity to establish boundaries and get the respectful treatment you deserve – a valuable lesson this young lady needs to learn to better handle her selfish boyfriend.
Young man with no sense of when to shut up learns a harsh lesson about interacting with and talking to women.
What should a young man do when he finds himself in love with a woman twice his age? Does it make sense for him to tell her how he feels?
Young man looking for love discovers that he is not at all attracted to black women and prefers white and Asian women instead. Should he feel feel guilty about his preferences?
On a first date should the man pay, the woman pay, or should they go Dutch? Ms. HeartBeat’s position is that the men must ALWAYS pay. Here’s why!
Why do some guys ask on the first conversation how long its been since a woman has been physically intimate with a man? What is that all about? Ms. HeartBeat explains why this behavior is a serious red flag of warning.
When his pick up line includes the phrase “stalker” should a woman spend even 0.00001 second of her time trying to figure out what type of game a man is spitting at her? Or should she just flee?