When Pam and I talk to either single women or those in the beginning stages of their relationships, one thing we’ve heard is a concern about how you keep the interest in your relationship. From single women, it’s about talking to a potential love interest and then slowly running out of things to talk about.
Let’s face it: relationships can be hard. Some start off hard, others will likely hit some bumps along the road. The longer you’re with someone, the greater the chances that you’ll hit some rough spots. It happens in every relationship. Even if the troubles aren’t directly related to the two of you, there will be
In our previous post, while talking about some of the dating struggles that lesbians who come out late in life might face, I wanted to be clear about one thing in particular: Coming out late in life doesn’t mean that you have to settle. Actually, that goes for everyone. Accepting a situation is not the
Let’s talk about coming out later in life and some of the challenges. When Pam and I met, I was almost 35. To date, Pam has been my longest-term relationship with a woman. However, I wouldn’t categorize myself as someone who came out late in life. I’ve always known who I was; I just seldom
A friend was recently telling us about her frustration with women who came through her DMs (that’s cool-people speak for “contacted on Facebook Messenger) but who never had anything to say. “What’s up?” “How’re you doing?” “What do you do for a living?” Sound familiar? What happens with a lot of these conversations is that