Girls give bad dating advice
Just when you think you understand what women want, it feels like they go behind our backs and change all the rules.
So, FHM asked relationship expert Issy Sampson to help us crack the girl code.
Maybe people who are more ~in tune~ with their guts can listen to them, but I don't have a very high-functioning gut, and I know there are other people out there like me. it takes a little longer than that, and not everything in life is a simple, black-and-white, “aha! I'm not going to lie, when I met my boyfriend, it was a little bit of an “I know” moment. He made me laugh, and I felt the need to bring him up in random conversations for the following few days.It’s about time they stop trying to give their opinions and start listening to some solid advice from a reputable source.Kelsey Dykstra is a freelance writer based in Huntington Beach, CA.Why magazines, your friends, and your mother give harmful dating advice: Magazines: First let’s discuss why magazines like Cosmo, In Style, and Glamour give dating advice that is not only wrong, but downright destructive. By giving you emotional reactions to their articles, you are far more likely to keep reading.Magazines, particularly women’s magazines are designed to sell you things. The bottom line is that their articles are meant to keep the reader’s eyes focused on the magazine so that their viewers are more likely to see and buy from the ads. If they can accomplish putting you in an insecure state, you are far more receptive to buying beauty enhancement products, clothes, and other products.