My boyfriend’s 62 year old mother is very dependent upon him for everything. Him being at her beck and call is negatively affecting our relationship. He is talking about marriage and I love him, but I’m not sure this situation will work for me long-term. Help!
Young man angry because women he is attracted to don’t feel the same way about him gets valuable lessons and a spank on the butt from Ms. HeartBeat.
Is it true that men love women that demand respect, stand up to them and don’t take their crap? Absolutely! Ms HeartBeat breaks it down.
If you find yourself in a situation where you feel you must “fight” to keep love going, fight to get loved, or fight to convince someone to give it to you in spite of their reservations or desires, what you are expressing is not love… it’s some strange, one-sided, codependent ‘relationship’ that is out of balance.
Young man tired of being single and lonely seeks guidance on how to meet women and get a girlfriend so he doesn’t die a virgin.
He lies, he cheats, he is in and out of jail, and he had a baby with another woman. So why in the world is she considering marrying him?
If you won’t work on a job wandering in not knowing what you’re doing or how much you get paid, you should not expect a woman to do that with you in a so-called “relationship.” Roles and obligations needs to be spelled out for the job, just like they do in a dating relationship!
Young woman in college involves herself with a guy 30 years her senior that has two sons older than she is! Worried about how her parents will take the news of an engagement to this guy, she writes seeking advice.
Single guy wonders why dates are so important to women – date of first kiss, first date, first time they met – as well as details such as what she wore. Ms. HeartBeat explains.
What makes a man a good man? Are those standards different to men than they are to women? Ms. HeartBeat weighs in what women are up against in their search for this mythical creature.
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.
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?