The truth is, relationship advice is everywhere. But just because someone is putting relationship advice out there, doesn't mean it's worth taking. Even when someone means well, they don't always know or understand what's going on in your life. What worked for your friends might not work for you. And while some bad relationship advice can be laughable, bad relationship advice can also do a lot of damage.
Straight Guys, Here's Why You Should Give Pegging a Chance
Hubert Humphrey presidential campaign - Wikipedia
Whether you love kids or can't stand them, whether you're already a parent or you're childfree, dating someone with kids is hard. Disproportionately, mystifyingly, unbelievably hard. There's a bunch of reasons for this. Trying to fit romance in around a schedule that's at least twice as chaotic as other people's. Exponentially increased potential for stress and drama. That whole "kids come first" thing creating abominable snowmonsters where there once were special little snowflakes.
Ignore anyone who tells you to follow any rules or that they have the supposed tried-and-true method for unearthing The One. A s a rule, you should be skeptical of anyone offering advice about anything — including me, and including this sentence. No other sub-genre of self-help seems so prone to confused reasoning, conflicts of interest or folk wisdom masquerading as science.
Since when have they had us all figured out? What if we want to be women and also think like them too? So we decided to flip the script. We asked women what their best love and dating advice would be for men.