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Mar 31, 2016 0

Dating Advice Q&A: Is He Hiding Something When He Turns His Phone Off?

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Question from Charlie S.: I’ve noticed that my boyfriend turns his phone off at random times — during a lunch date in the middle of the week, during a Sunday night football game, etc. Should I be worried that he’s hiding something from me? What’s the best way to ask him about it?

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Feb 25, 2016 0

Dating Advice Q&A: Is It Ever Okay To Go Through Your Partner’s Phone?

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Question from Carrie F.: My boyfriend and I have been dating for over a year, and lately, I’ve been worried that he’s talking to an ex behind my back. Is it okay if I look for proof on his phone before I confront him? I don’t want to say anything to him unless I’m 100 percent sure.

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Jan 21, 2016 0

Dating Advice Q&A: What Does Texting On A Date Say To Your Partner?

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Question from Julia Y.: Because of my job, it’s important that I always keep my phone handy so I can be available in case there’s an emergency. Will a new guy get the wrong impression if I text during a date?

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Dec 17, 2015 0

Dating Advice Q&A: How Harmless Is Sending Pictures Via Text?

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Question from Carolynn R.: I’ve been texting this guy, and he’s really nice, but he keeps asking me for pictures — not nude pictures, just pictures. It seems a bit weird to me, and I don’t know if this means he’s going to ask for more revealing ones in the future.  Am I just being paranoid, or is this as weird as I think it is?

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Nov 12, 2015 0

Dating Advice Q&A: How Do I Tell My Friend She Shares Too Much About Her Relationship And Love On Instagram?

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Question from Mary Kate K.: I have a friend that has been dating this guy for almost 2 years. It seems like every other day she’s uploading a picture of the two of them with some caption like, “the love of my life and I enjoying dinner at our favorite restaurant” or “look at the flowers my boyfriend gave me after a hard day!” I’m happy for her…but I’m also sick to my stomach. How do I nicely tell her to tone it down?

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Oct 8, 2015 0

Relationship Experts Q&A: Does Social Media Stalking Create False Intimacy?

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Question from Anna C.: I’ve had a crush on my neighbor for a while, and he finally asked me out on a date! Since we’ve lived near each other for nearly a year, we’re already friends on Facebook. Of course, I’ve looked at his profile in that time, and I feel like I really know him. On our date, is it okay to bring up something I saw on his profile, or should I avoid mentioning anything I’ve learned from social media stalking?

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Sep 3, 2015 0

Love Advice Q&A: How Do I Show My Interest In Someone Online?

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Question from Carrie K.: When I first meet a nice guy and we become friends on Facebook, I always try to think of a way to show him I might be interested. Is there a way to subtly do so without looking like a stalker or totally desperate?

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Jul 30, 2015 0

Dating Advice Q&A: How Do I Handle My Partner’s Family On Facebook?

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Question from Catherine A.: My boyfriend’s siblings and parents recently friend-requested me on Facebook. I don’t have anything bad on there, but I’m still worried. Should I accept their friend requests? Would it be worse not to? What if we break up?

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Jun 18, 2015 0

Expert Love Advice Q&A: When Do I Send A Friend Request After A First Date?

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Question from Mandy G.: I went on a first date with a great guy this weekend, but we didn’t make plans to see each other again. I want to connect with him on Facebook without seeming overeager. How soon can I send him a friend request?

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May 7, 2015 0

Dating Advice Q&A: Can I Blog About My Relationship and Love Life?

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Question from Jenny T.: I have a lifestyle blog where I constantly post updates about my friendships, favorite fashion, recipes, and occasionally my love life. I started dating a new guy about two weeks ago. Can I blog about our dates and how I feel about him, or is it too soon to share those details about our relationship?

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Mar 19, 2015 0

Love Advice Q&A: Is It Weird That My Man Always Texts Instead of Calling?

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Question from Elissa B.: I’ve been seeing this guy for a few months now, and anytime we’re not together, he always texts me and never calls. Whether he’s seeing how my day is going or we’re trying to arrange our plans for the weekend, he only texts. What does this behavior say about our relationship and about him?

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Jan 22, 2015 1

Dating Advice Q&A: Is It Appropriate to Play Hard to Get Via Texting?

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Question from Kaitlin B.: It sounds silly, but I think a lot about my texts before I send them to a guy I’ve just met. When and how do I play hard to get while texting? What things should I consider before pressing send?

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Nov 27, 2014 0

Q&A: Should I Be Concerned About My Man’s Social Network Activity with Other Women?

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Question from Jane C.: This guy and I have been dating for a few months now, and everything is going great, but I sometimes get bothered by the way he interacts with other girls on social media. It will pop up on my Facebook Newsfeed that he’s liked a bunch of girl’s photos or commented on some girl’s picture. Should I read into this, or am I just being paranoid?

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Suzanne K. Oshima, MatchmakerWhen you’re dating someone exclusively, it just means that you’re not going to date other people. It doesn’t mean that he can’t be friends with other women or like their photos on Facebook.

However, that being said, his behavior could be inappropriate based on the type of photos he’s liking or commenting on. If the photos are innocent in nature, then I wouldn’t be so worried. But if the photos are sexy or provocative photos of the women and he’s making inappropriate comments, then it’s definitely a red flag that he may have a wandering eye. Not to mention the fact that it’s completely disrespectful to you! If the tables were reversed, I’m sure he wouldn’t appreciate you liking and commenting on photos of other men with their shirts off or flexing their muscles.

It’s not something that I would say you should break up over. However, it is something that you should keep an eye out for.

Paige Wyatt, Reality StarThe way people interact online can give you a good insight to their personality. In your boyfriend’s case, he seems to be flirty and outgoing. He doesn’t think twice when he comments on girls’ pictures or posts on their walls because that’s his personality. He probably doesn’t see anything wrong with it. His online interactions are completely innocent to him because he doesn’t think too deeply into them. Although it may not be a problem to him, it is for you. It’s important to be open and honest with your feelings and opinions, so let him know what you’re thinking. Otherwise, he may never change his behavior.

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Robert Manni, Guy’s GuyIt’s called social media for a reason. People connect online and socialize. Unfortunately, a lot of guys raised on social media think the way to score dates is sitting in front of their laptops in their tightey whiteys and hitting on random women. And that could be the case here. Without knowing the parameters of Jane’s relationship, it’s easy to condemn this guy for blatantly flirting while he’s dating Jane.

If they’re in an exclusive relationship, Jane might ask why he’s so friendly with these other women. If he’s evasive or she doesn’t buy his answer, she has some choices. She can put up with it (not recommended), return the favor and also flirt online, or start dating other people — at least until he realizes what’s good for guys can be very good for the ladies.

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Oct 9, 2014 0

Q&A: Should I Tell My Friend Her Crush Has Been Facebook Messaging Me?

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Question from Amelia S.: This guy who my friend has been hanging out with a lot will randomly message me on Facebook whenever I’m online. It’s always harmless stuff like, “What are you up to?” but it still catches me off guard. Should I tell her, and if so, what’s the best way to bring up the subject? 

Suzanne K. Oshima, MatchmakerYou know that saying “you’re stuck between a rock and a hard place?” Well, guess what? You’re in a no-win situation! From what you said, it sounds like your friend just likes him and isn’t dating him yet, so “technically,” she can’t get upset that he’s contacting you. Now, I say “technically” because we both know that, if you tell her, she will be upset and hurt.

Now, while you may think that his messages to you are completely harmless, men don’t do things without some sort of intention. Without knowing the entire situation, I’m going to guess that he’s not just looking for a friend and that those harmless messages are going to lead to something more.

So here’s my advice to you: If you truly value your friendship with your friend and have no interest whatsoever in this guy, then I suggest you ignore his “harmless messages”…because it’s just going to lead to a no-win situation for everyone involved.

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Paige Wyatt, Reality StarAbsolutely tell your friend that this guy has been messaging you. If it truly is harmless, he won’t be embarrassed or upset if she brings it up. If he does have an ulterior motive, then you warned your friend, and it’s now her move. It’s much better to be honest with your friends about situations like this one. If you didn’t tell her and she found out, she may get upset with you. If it really is nothing, then what’s the harm in letting her know?

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Robert Manni, Guy’s GuySome say where there’s smoke, there’s fire. In this case, it’s hard not to miss the smoke — but let’s not rush to judgement. When a guy is really interested in a woman, his focus is on her, and he curtails his flirting. Maybe this guy just wants to establish good relationships with his leading lady’s BFFs. Still, I’m not sure if this is the best way to do it. He must know that girlfriends talk. And when friends talk about the curious actions of a guy, his behavior and character go under the microscope. At this point, I’m not sure that’s in his best interests.

As for you, for now, I suggest you either ignore his Facebook messages or keep the exchanges polite. Over time, his true intentions will surface. When they do, you can determine if it’s necessary to let your friend know about his correspondence.

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Aug 21, 2014 0

Q&A: Can You Tell by Someone’s Social Network If They’re the Relationship Type?

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Question from Charlie W.: When I first meet someone, I always add them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and do the inevitable cyber-stalking that everyone does but no one wants to admit. Are there signs that show if someone is the relationship type or just looking to have a good time?

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Jul 3, 2014 0

Q&A: Is It Okay If My Boyfriend Texts His Ex?

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Question from Alex S.: My boyfriend and I have been dating for almost six months. Every once in a while, I’ll see a text on his phone pop up from his ex. He says they’re just friends, and he’s even introduced me to her before, but my girlfriends tell me that it’s weird and that I should ask to read their messages. What do you think?

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May 15, 2014 0

Q&A: Should I Delete or Unfriend My Exes on Social Networks?

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Question from Shelby F.: Whenever a guy and I breakup, I always wonder if I should completely delete him from my life. A part of me thinks it’s a good idea because then I won’t be tempted to see if he’s tagged in any new photos with new girls, but the other part of me doesn’t want him to think I’m so bitter or immature that I can’t stand him coming up on my newsfeed. What should I do?

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Mar 13, 2014 2

Q&A: Is It Bad to Double-Text a Guy?

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Question from Kelsi W.: I’ve been texting back and forth with a guy I recently met. We’ll be having a good conversation, but occasionally, he won’t respond to something I say. Is it bad to text him again later on about something else, or should I always wait until he texts me back?

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Jan 9, 2014 4

Q&A: When Is It Appropriate to Send an Event Invite via Facebook?

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Question from Amanda G.: My college roommate just invited me to a wedding reception via a Facebook “event”. While I understand the family’s need to save money, I find it classless and tacky. So when is it appropriate to send an event invite via Facebook? Should I let her know that I didn’t find this appropriate?

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Nov 7, 2013 4

Q&A: How Can I Ask My Friend to Stop Being Dramatic on Twitter?

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Question from Emma P.: My best friend is a Twitter addict, and although I find her tweets hilarious, whenever her and her boyfriend are having issues, my timeline turns into a soap opera. How can I get my friend to stop the dramatics?

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Aug 8, 2013 4

Q&A: Can I Ask My Boyfriend to Delete Facebook Pictures with His Ex?

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Question from Stephanie K.: My boyfriend dated his high school sweetheart throughout college and they broke up two years before he met me. I just realized he’s tagged in pictures with her from college. Is it wrong of me to be jealous about that? How do I ask him to remove those pictures?

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Jun 6, 2013 3

Q&A: Should I Let My Girlfriend Look at My Phone?

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Question from Colin B.: I’m very territorial about my property and am very particular about the fact that no one looks at texts and e-mails on my phone, including my girlfriend. She and I just got into a fight over this issue, and she’s calling me paranoid. Am I taking my privacy too far?

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Apr 4, 2013 0

Q&A: Should I Be Worried If My Man Hasn’t Asked Me to Be in a Facebook Relationship?

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Question from Kendall M.: I’ve been seeing this guy for a few months, and things have been really good. I’ve stayed over a couple times and even met his parents, but he hasn’t sent me a relationship request on Facebook. I’m too nervous to do it myself. Should I be worried that he hasn’t posted our relationship on Facebook yet? 

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Jan 3, 2013 1

Q&A: Is It Okay If My Boyfriend and I Text Each Other to Stay in Touch?

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Question from Ashley G.: My boyfriend and I live about 100 miles apart. We’re both really busy people, so most days, the most we talk is just a text saying “Hi, I love you and hope you had a good day.” My roommate thinks this is ridiculous and says we’re not in a real relationship. Is it okay if my boyfriend and I only text each other instead of calling?

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