Rule on dating stop being accomadating in relationships
However, I am saying that if you're 30 and dating someone who lives with their parents… This one is going to make me sound old AF, and I'm OK with that.It starts with how frequently they text, how surprised they are by phone calls as a mode of communication and how irresponsibly they handle getting back to people in a timely, appropriate fashion.Now, in life there are sometimes exceptions to rules, but in general these rules should be followed. RULE 3: Do not become so invested in any one girl that you cannot simply walk away. Accept the fact that you're going to get rejected more times than not. RULE 23: Getting advice about women from a woman is like asking Osama bin Laden to tell you the locations of all his terrorist camps.
So, I'm proposing this "8-year rule" in dating as an absolute.That really hot girl just out of college may seem alluring, but just trust me and play the odds. by Giovanni Casanova The following list has been compiled as the result of insights on these forums as well as my own personal experiences.The 8-year rule states that you shouldn't date anyone outside of an 8-year age range. I've dated (or tried to date) women who are older, younger and, if you'll believe it, exactly the same age as I am.I am aware there are possibilities where two people can successfully date with an age gap of more than eight years. (Seriously, she was born on the same day and same year.
Here's an example of what I'm talking about, from a date I recently went on with a 22-year-old girl: In discussing how she planned on getting home after the date, her answer was simply, “Oh, my dad picks me up from the train station after work every day.”Her reason for this wasn't that she didn't have a car or that she was saving money.