One of the most basic bits of relationships advice that literally everyone will give you is that communication is vital.
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Here’s some advice for anyone who is struggling with feeling attractive, which includes any incel readers I may have. Don’t worry, I’m not going to yell at you or give you a bollocking. Here’s my best advice instead.
(Sidenote — this stuff is not easy. I know that many of you have tried some of these things. I can’t guarantee that this advice will get you laid, but I can guarantee that it will make your life a bit easier.)
Play the Being Friends Board Game on your phones with your pals and learn how to be a good and nice friend along the way (whilst also showing that you are better than them).
For hundreds of years people have been looking for advice on how to seduce someone. Here’s the best advice.
The university long distance relationship can be a hard one to maintain — but it’s totally possible. Ask each other these super real questions to help you.
You might be familiar with the idea of mates before dates but you probs call it something else (yeah I’m not using those terms). But basically it’s a reminder to a friend (mate) that they are spending too much time with a romantic person (date) and not enough with them. I think this is actually really great advice.
People aren’t really used to the idea of relationship negotiation (apart from maybe in politics) but I think it’s super important in romantic relationships too.
You can and will get over them but it takes time and tears. You need to feel the feelings, think about how you can do you and see your mates more.
When you’re all loved up or have big time feels for someone, it can be hard to see whether your relationship is a good one or not. Don’t worry, it’s good to ask ‘how is my relationship’ from time to time. Hopefully this will help.
It’s really hard to chat up someone without being a creep. The trick is to notice whether they actually want to talk to you (and whether they want to keep talking to you). #ConsentInnit
Love is not just about romantic love. In fact people get so obsessed by romance that they forget about their mates, family, teams, God, humankind and pets. Don’t do that.
Abusive relationships happen when one person has more power and treats the other person badly. They can feel trapped, unsafe and are made to feel crap about themselves.