Hey guys Lionheart here,wow its been forever since I've been on these forums. I'm writing here today to give a brief summary of things you should and shouldn't do before you get into a relationship and after your in it so you never have to end up in this section of the forum.
Alright so brief history of me I'm a 20 year old 5'7'' college student in my junior year of a very rigorous program to becoming a respiratory therapist and eventually going off to med school (aka my first problem). Guys understand that women are a load of work and time especially the more emotionally needy ones. Like my past girlfriend that I just broke up with last week (we ended up friends, maybe come back to her. We'll see :P). Girls, especially the less experienced ones need a lot of attention they still are new to the dating world and when I say lots, I mean LOTS. If youre a real relaxed guy that just wants a girl to have sex with and drink beer with, you may want to steer clear of the less experienced types. They still believe the things they read in cosmo and havent made their own decisions yet about what they want. Or have come to accept that cute things like leaving notes and flowers everywhere for them is somewhat tedious time consuming on our part. When really we are trained that doing this could aggitate if not smother other women. You have to make the call on this. This is where I highly, HIGHLY recommend getting a book on body language. Nothing but great stuff in them.
Anyways back to what I was saying, girls regardless of experience require time. If you don't have loads of time you cannot get a puppy. Hope that logic makes sense.
Em, the other thing I wanted to cover was understanding sex, how it should be brought up, when should you start, how often you should have it. The only thing I can say here is MOOD! You must read the setting and the mood of the girl. Again this is for people currently in relationships. Sex is one of the single most important aspects of a relationship. And the where, how, and when, are all critically important but this may be a little long to describe so if anyone wants me to post more on this please feel free to post and I will explain more otherwise it may be just a dead page. I'm open to questions ask away.