It's been almost a year since my last girlfriend. I am super affectionate, outgoing, and seemingly doing all the right things in life. I have a constant influx of opportunities with very eligible men. However, when it comes to women, I constantly feel rejected and/or am imminent of rejection. It's very difficult being a lesbian.
I came out of a three year relationship with an ex who was a substance abuser and bi-polar. I am now in a happy, loving relationship of five months. I hope I get to spend the rest of my life with my current girlfriend. However, I have one concern. While she isn't a big drinker,
Dear Dr. Frankie, I am a first time reader and advice seeker. I am incredibly in love with my girlfriend of one year. We were very good friends for 8 years before she confessed her feelings for me, and we pursued this thing called love. We are in a long distance relationship, which is my first successful one. All things I
Communication: If you’re feeling jealous, communicate these feelings to your partner. If she is at all tuned in, it’s likely that she is already aware. Take responsibility for your own emotions, especially when you might not be very proud of these feelings. Problem-solve how you want to cope with jealous feelings, and mutually agree on boundaries within the relationship to
Even though we still struggle for civil rights across the US, we have made huge leaps in the past decade. I’ll name just a few: six state governments (along with the District of Columbia, the Coquille Indian Tribe, and the Suquamish tribe) recognize same-sex marriages, after a 17 year battle “Don’t ask don’t tell” was repealed, and the number of
Media skews our expectations when it comes to sex. Every sexual encounter will not look and feel like an L-word scene. That's not realistic. Bad sex can improve to average sex or maybe even better. The point is to have realistic expectations and know that no relationship is perfect. If you live a happy daily life together, that will likely outweigh an average
How to Rebuild Your Relationship After the initial shock of the affair has passed, then it is time for you both to examine what role you each played in letting the relationship take a downward spiral. 1. Stop the Affair: This is the most important step. There is no way you can reinvest in your relationship if you are continuing to engage