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05-May-2017 18:44

When it comes to sex or relationships, I simply try not to do something that I'll regret later, or something that will get me hurt with little pay-off (eagle-eyed readers may note that this is a working theory I've implemented with middling success at times).

But if I kiss someone and wonder if he'll actually be interested in talking to me tomorrow if I sleep with him tonight—and, moreso, if that will really upset me—I head to bed, just me and my vibe.

Yes, sometimes when daters do nothing, they’re doing something.

century it’s no surprise that most of the “flirting” we do is via text message.

And, as Jaclyn wrote at Feministe this week, sometimes what feels right for you isn't what those social messages tell you ought to feel right—and some times it changes based on the person and the situation.

For some people, engaging in physical intimacy is a well-worn road to emotional attachment; for others, it's a result of emotional attachment; and for yet others, it can be unrelated.

I’m essentially expecting the worst, and of course that’s exactly what you do. Instead you seem to be interested in keeping the lines of the communication open incase you find yourself with nothing better to do next Friday night at 1 a.m. Messages During Sleeping Hours I, like a solid portion of the rest of the population try to go to sleep by midnight most nights.

The problem is that, in sorting through all the messages of when you should or should not submit to what the other person apparently wants from the get-go, not enough people get around to considering what feels right to them.

I myself was a victim of this until I recognized my part in this process and then I began dating and eventually married a man who treats me the way I deserve. Let go of the self defeating thoughts holding you back.

I have identified the following rules to change the approach:1. How fun is it to hang out with someone who only puts themselves down?

The key to this game is first learning if the other person is interested, because that’s really the only difference between your actions being embraced and your actions being screencapped and shamed.

Whether sliding into someone’s DMs or mentioning that you remember a detail about them, you must tread lightly if you aren’t fairly certain how they feel about you.

The problem is that, in sorting through all the messages of when you should or should not submit to what the other person apparently wants from the get-go, not enough people get around to considering what feels right to them.

I myself was a victim of this until I recognized my part in this process and then I began dating and eventually married a man who treats me the way I deserve. Let go of the self defeating thoughts holding you back.

I have identified the following rules to change the approach:1. How fun is it to hang out with someone who only puts themselves down?

The key to this game is first learning if the other person is interested, because that’s really the only difference between your actions being embraced and your actions being screencapped and shamed.

Whether sliding into someone’s DMs or mentioning that you remember a detail about them, you must tread lightly if you aren’t fairly certain how they feel about you.

For some who mature quickly, that point is middle school.