Carnival of Dating Advice, 13th Edition
Happy holidays, and welcome to the 13th Edition of the Carnival of Dating Advice, bringing you posts and articles on dating, pickup, seduction, relationships, confidence, and more from around the web.
We've got a short-but-sweet collection of articles for you this week
- one on sex, and three on relationships, including expectations,
keeping a marriage healthy, and getting (repeatedly) broken up with.
Just enough here to tide you over for the holidays.
And without further ado, on with the carnival...
Podcast presents David Wygant's "Pump and Dump,"
which, despite its inelegant title, is actually rather fitting for the
holiday spirit - it's all about taking women whose only sexual
experiences with men have been "pump and dumps," and teaching them how
to truly enjoy being intimate with a man.
John from Fearless Men sends us "8 Reasons Why You Keep Getting Dumped," a summary of many of the more common reasons you'll hear for relationships ending. While some of the reasons are a bit cliché and not too useful diagnostically, others are solid (e.g., too needy; interest/infatuation running out; etc.) and are the proximate causes for ended relationships.
Sulagna Dasgupta of Love in India submits "Are You Expecting Too Much from Your Partner?," posing the question of how many expectations to have of a romantic partner - or whether to have any at all. Sulagna says, "We expect from our loved ones - only to get hurt. Should you consciously keep your expectations at a bare minimum? Well in that case you'll be locking up your love too. This post explores such questions regarding the complex equation of expectations in relationships."
From LiveIt! Magazine, Lena
Ameri shares "What
Comes After 'I Do': 40 Tips from Married Couples," saying "From the romantic proposal to wedding
planning to an exotic honeymoon, getting married is one of the most
exciting events in a person’s life. After the wedding is when reality
sets in and inevitably the excitement begins to die down. It can be
difficult to know what to expect out of married life, so I went
straight to the source and asked some of my favorite married couples
for their best marriage advice. Here’s what they shared on what they
learned, what they wish they knew, and how to keep your relationship
... and that wraps us up for the thirteenth edition of the Carnival of Dating Advice. If you're reading this and want to submit for next time, check out the guidelines here.
Hope you found these articles fun and useful. Tune in next time for more great posts from around the Internet.