Advice from a single dating expert dating no guts no glory
Of those relationships, all but one lasted for 3 years or more, and one developed into a marriage that, alas, ended in divorce. Even though my background is completely different from Evan’s, we generally agree on the things that count.I never really thought about why it’s been so easy for us until he asked me to write this column.I’ve heard it more than I care to admit, and, sadly, I can’t entirely refute it.
He has dated LOTS of women, has had many girlfriends and, for the bulk of his adult life, has been single and dating prolifically. I can count on one hand (yes, ONE hand) the number of boyfriends I’ve had since turning 17.Relationships don’t look like they used to (and that's a good thing).But what does it honestly take to make a modern romance work?You need to spend time to talk to each other for about thirty minutes to an hour a day.You need to both know the small details about each other’s day.