Dating question and answer
To kick off the new year on the right foot, we asked two relationship experts for their help solving real-life dating woes. Read on below.1) I’m meeting my partner’s parents for the first time, and I’m super nervous—any advice? “Step one is to calm yourself down with that realization, because everyone is at first,” she says.Next up: Ask your partner if there’s anything in particular you should know about their family dynamics, like if they’re super formal or really relaxed, and would they appreciate a welcome gift (and if so, what kind).is crazy relatable, and exactly what you need to distract yourself from a fight—or inspire you to kiss and make up afterwards. The show, out January 11th, is centered around an awkward teenager named Otis whose mother is a sex therapist.
The truth is that it can often feel like you aren’t spending a lot of time together, but you actually are—you’re just on your phones instead of with each other.If you’ve noticed the telltale signs of cheating—like your partner is constantly on their phone, or they change their password, or they’re traveling a lot for work but not checking in—then it’s best to try to find evidence before confronting them.You should never accuse them before you have proof.But if you haven’t noticed any of the signs and are instead acting on a feeling or intuition, the problem could be coming from within the relationship.“At that point, the best thing to do is simply ask your partner what’s going on,” she advises.