Living in a world that revolves around social media, it has been pretty difficult for people to date. When you do find someone who you’re interested in and begin to date, how can one simply tell if they are not the other woman? When you ask a guy if he is single do you give him the benefit of the doubt right away that he is telling you the truth? Some of us don’t have trust issues, some of us still give a person the benefit of the doubt until proven otherwise, but for the rest of us well…
Happy Friday! We have guest blogger ChanJ sharing her insight on the double standards of Cheating. Why it is worse when Tasha cheats versus Ghost cheating in the hit drama series Power. Many woman can identify with Tasha and may feel as though she’s playing the game well, while men believe it’s distasteful.
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.
Last week I shared that I would be off of social media for the whole month of June. I just need to know what in the world does a person with a smartphone do without social media?! Like the phone is boring, honestly. The introvert in me loves that no one can reach me, and I’m out of the loop of what’s going on in the social media world.
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.