(Note: This email has was edited for readability) Q: I dated a guy I met on a dating website for 5 months but we were not exclusive. I am 25 and he is 27. He told me he expects me to be fully independent and that he wants me to have my own job and place. He said that in order to be his girlfriend, I must be on my own. (That I am not independent enough) I have a college degree but I am currently looking for work so I still live with my family. When I brought this up to my friend, she said it’s the guy who’s supposed …Read More
Q: Hello Indie Chicks, I love your website. You have awesome articles. I was on this dating website . I was chatting with this guy Robert. I gave him my number. We were suppose to hang out Friday. He texted me on Friday that he was not feeling well and that he would let me know afterwards on how he felt. I was feeling very sick later. I gave him a call , it went to voicemail. I sent a text that I wasn’t feeling that great. I asked if he wanted to get together a different time? A few days passed, he didn’t text me back . I wanted to …Read More
Q: “Hey girls, I’m 19 and I’ve been having boyfriend issues. I moved from California to Little Rock, Arkansas, and I am living with my boyfriend. Sometimes I feel like it was the biggest mistake moving in with him, but then it’s like I was pulled out from a dark hole. I’ve been living with him for almost two months, and I have found pictures of naked girls from his past, and it pisses the FUCK out of me, but he insists it’s been years ago. I know for a fact he still talks to at least two of those girls. He had those pictures on his phone, and some …Read More
Every chronic gym rat or runner knows that working out every day can eventually lead to the same old boring routine, so it’s important to change it up. But, when you do the same thing day in and day out, how do you find something new? Well, other than taking a class at your gym, you have to seek it out. If you’re not sure where to start, try these 5 suggestions.