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I have a dilemma regarding an ongoing issue in my relationship with my partner of 3 years, she has become all but consumed by social media, any time she isn't busy she is scrolling through facebook/instagram/snapchat or whatever else keeping up to date with celebrities lives and taking screenshots of food/bikini bodies for motivation and what not. The issue i have is there doesn't seem to be an end to it, she will do it nearly the entire time we spend together, we do see each other practically every day so i completely understand spending time on herself but whenever we try to do anything couple-y like make dinner, go out to dinner, go see a movie, watch a movie at home she will have her phone in hand for a good chunk of it. She has needy friends that she has a facebook group chat with and that thing is going off 24/7, i don't mind her going and seeing her friends at all, in fact i prefer her do that then to be talking to them while she is with me. She plans on starting a youtube channel in the near future and i'm supportive and everything but part of me is worried this will cause her to spend even more time on her phone.
I recently tried voicing my concerns but she didn't take it well and thought i was being dramatic and acted really defensive about the whole thing, saying she "feels me watching her" when she is on her phone and she hates feeling guilty for checking it around me because she knows how much i hate it. She really like to downplay how often she does it, and even when i bring up specific examples she will bring up the fact that we spend a lot of time together so it shouldn't matter. It's frustrating because she makes me feel like i'm being controlling and possessive when all i want is for SOME of the time we spend together to be completely phone/distraction free. She thinks because i am on my laptop when i get home that it's not any different to what she does, but i do not take it everywhere with me and i wouldn't mind putting it away for her.
ITT: Ask the opposite gender anything
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>Do girls/guys like <insert specific look>?
>Is my body part big/small enough?
>Am I short/tall enough?
>Would you date a virgin?
Some do, some don't. Preferences differ, but complexes are always a turn-off.
>I'm shy and afraid of people/rejection. What do I do?
Get over it by practicing and exposing yourself to it, little by little, step by step. There is no single magical moment that will instantly change you forever. It takes hard work, time, and effort.
>I like someone. What do I do?
Ask them out.
>How can I tell if someone likes me?
Ask them out. This is something that cannot be explained. You either have learned to intuit this or you have not. If you have not, the only way to learn is experience--there are no shortcuts. So it comes back to: Just ask them out.
>Where do I meet girls/guys?
Anywhere outside. Or online. Don't complain that this isn't helpful; stupid questions deserve answers like this.
>Someone did something insignificant. What does it mean?
Nothing significant. Stop overthinking it.
Alternative answer: we don't fucking know.
>XYZ happened. Interpret this for me please
We're not in their head, we don't fucking know. No amount of your walls of text will fix that.
>This person did something that hurt my feelings. Why do guys/girls do this?
Because shit people are shit people. It's not a gendered thing
>Someone has made it abundantly clear they're no longer interested in me. Do I still have a chance?
>Where do I go on a first (or subsequent) date?
Pick one or more of the following: coffee, lunch, dinner, drinks, ice cream, movies, zoo, aquarium, museum, art gallery, <activity in your city>
>Brandon, that one guy who keeps asking about cuddling in platonic friendships and fart guy
Is there a fututre for my relationship?
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Me and gf -> almost 4 years together
great relation, ASIDE from sex.
She never even once in all this time managed to satisfy me really in bed. I always have to work it on myself to come to climax or even to start enjoying it. The fact is that she never managet to make me cum, not with her mouth, not with her hands and neither with her hips. i gotta do a lot of pounding (good for her, not for me) before i can climax.
that wasn't a big problem within the first years, but now I'm getting kind of bored and unwilled to always offer all my power to her and she's not. We talked about it 1xx times, she talks about insecurety and this typically bullshit...
I was patient and gentle... a long time. But I dont wanna handle it any longer like this xD
Do you have a trick to just let her forget about everything and let her inner bitch out?
Will it get better maby? Shall i dump her?
Thanks anyway anons!
btw. pic slidly related, ex.
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Got weird feelings for my sister, /adv/
>Im 23, she's 21
>She's my favorite person to be around, more so than my current GF of 4 years
>recently she got a BF and I'm mad jealous
>the thought of her with a man sickens me
>fooled around a little when we were younger, haven't talked about it in like 6 years
>used to talk to each other about everything
>all of a sudden she's less willing to talk, presumably because of her bf
>no time for each other
>no fun with each other
What do? Sometimes I think I'm in love with her, then that passes when we sit and char and I realise she's like a really good friend
Women: First date that's not dinner and movie?
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The reason I don't ask out women at my college is because when you ask someone out, you usually have a date in mind. Thing is, I like DOING SOMETHING when on a date. I hate sitting at a table or watching a movie for a first date. It feels cliche, boring, and forced.
nb4 "Ask her to something you already enjoy and could go out and do together"
>Shooting guns at the range
>Walk in the park/picnic
None of those things would make good first dates because
>I imagine she'd think I was a serial killer if I asked her to go hiking with me for a first date
>How would I not come across as a school shooter?
>I've done this before, but I feel like it comes across as I'm a sensitive/romantic, which I'm not.
I've also thought about a simple "Let's go downtown and goof around" but I'd imagine that would also come across as unplanned and not giving a shit.
I can handle relationships just fine, but the first date is always a hard thing for me to grasp. So what's a good idea for a first date for college students?