Jenny is a twenty-something-year-old who loves writing novels, poems and articles about her experiences in life. At twenty, I was a fresh graduate who had just landed her first job at a call center. I didn't think that my new colleagues would be so much older than me. Maybe that's why I felt so out of place right off the bat.
There are many tricks I can share with both my female and male clients on how to get 'The One'. It's not that difficult, believe me, given that you have the right tools and an expert's advice. What is challenging though, is to sustain the excitement and romance of the initial dating period, once you are in that 'where is it going? And then of course dealing with that odd period of 'what are we, are we a girlfriend and a boyfriend'? Given that more often than not, guys are 'happy just to be', and girls are really up for the 'girlfriend' and 'boyfriend' tag to be attached, that shadowy period or the time when the decision is being made Equally popping the question and asking us to be their girlfriend can be very painful to guys. In addition, and being very direct here, when it comes to guys: if they have sex with you , if they see you on a regular basis and if they introduce you to their friends, as far as they are concerned, the issue is closed.