Should a person be somewhat financially stable before dating? When I ask this question I’m not factoring in credit score nor am I coming from a point of having to have a certain amount of money. I simply mean on the right path of managing their finances well and having priorities in check. Whom you date should be a potential partner that you can grow and build with.
We all have friends. We all vent to our friends whether it has to do with family drama, relationship issues, or work life stress. What we fail to realize is that our friends do not need to know every single problem that we may have in our relationship.
Another Friday , another day night. Well this was more so early evening than late. While it was a rainy day in Pittsburgh we still made plans to hang out and have fun.
Back in August I wrote Part I of Dating in A World That Revolves Around Social Media, I’ve seen a few posts throughout social media just last month that inspired today’s part II post. Part II is focusing on the conversations or lack there of when you’re getting to know someone and you are in the presence of each others company.
Just so that we’re all on the same page let’s just define communication. Communication means the connection of two people. When it comes to dating, or even a friendship, communication is key. If you’re around someone and you feel as though you can’t talk to them because of fear of how they will react, that’s not good.