All posts tagged: Trust

So When Were You Going to Tell Me?

I was watching the latest season of the Real World and a relationship topic came up that sparked my interest. How far into a relationship should you inform your partner about something from your past? More importantly, what if your past may have a negative effect on your relationship? Real World Scenario: Dustin kept didn’t get to tell his roommates and more specifically, Heather (his boo on the show), that he was involved in doing porn for a gay men’s website when he was younger.  His roommates all felt “lied” to. Should Dustin have told Heather and his roommates from the jump? How soon is too soon? People come in and out of our lives and only so few stay so do we need to inform everyone we get involved with of our past? Do we wait until things get serious? Is that too late? Ms. B. BAD Says…  I personally believe a persons past should stay where it belongs and that is in the past. New people who come into your life shouldn’t feel entitled to knowing everything about …

“Falling in love is so hard on the knees.” ~Aerosmith

Let it be (B)eautiful: I think it is adorable when a couples body language shows that they are completely in to each other. Resting your head on his shoulder, holding hands, crossing your legs over his while sitting on the train,or  rubbing each others back. These are simple little touches that aren’t too much to annoy the unhappy public, but enough to let people know you are in love. Let it be (A)uthentic:  Don’t go around snooping through his phone (that makes you look insecure). Don’t try to hack his facebook account. UNLESS of course you have probable cause to do so. TRUST that he is doing right by you and RESPECT his privacy. If you can’t do this then you probably shouldn’t be dating this guy. Let it be (D)etermined to Last: Get to know your partners family. Go out to lunch with his mom, take his little sister to a movie, or simply just engage them in conversation. Learn from them and create memories. After all they will be apart of your new …