I suddenly felt like the barbaric one, the bad girl with no table manners and a dirty mouth.
I was the one spouting inappropriate jokes, who had forgotten how to communicate without all the sexting and crying and game-playing.
That’s precisely what gives me the liberty to lambast that post here.
I assume that breakups are a dating blogger’s bread and butter because people are falling out of love all the time, and searching for ways to cope, and get back out there.
I wasted years of my life reading Cosmo, and my brain bled after somehow stumbling upon Yahoo! Yesterday I had the privilege of reading the worst post on dating advice I’ve come across in quite awhile.
How to Decode His Body Language Which is awesome and all, except summer hair ideas,” because guys like sexy, right?!
And, you know, the purpose of life has pretty much been defeated if we aren’t a man-magnet or can’t please him in 342 different ways.
Most of the time it’s pretty standard advice like keeping busy, and finding yourself. The post bothered me on so many levels, but I’ll just highlight my top complaints: As I said, I am not an expert in this field, but I can say with absolutely certainty that these mind games will either leave you very, very single, or in a very, very destructive relationship.
Yesterday I read a post written by a guy who is trying to help women get their exes back after getting dumped. This is bad advice at best, and a road map to emotional manipulation at worst.