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When reflecting on failed relationships, do you ever wonder if you've missed any indication the person you used to share a bed with was not a good match?

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Kids grow up.  And as they grow up, they start trying more and more adult things, such as dating. How parents respond to that is….variable to say the least.  Some parents foster an environment where their child can safely explore the things that they are curious about. Others fight against it. Redditor Ok-Bad-7566 found himself […] More
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Oh gentlemen, why are you so extra? When did just saying hello and you're pretty become too boring to make an impression? Guys, you need to calm down. Not all attention is good attention. You don't want to sour the possibility of love by freaking somebody out.

There is such a thing as class and decorum and they go along way, especially in this day and age.

I feel like we need a class in high school that focuses on how to communicate feelings. In particular, feelings of a more amorous nature.

Redditor u/doubleu01 wanted all the ladies to speak up and let the gents know what not to do, by asking:

Girls of reddit, what's the cringiest thing that a guy has done to get to you?
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Sure, looks are important, but they fade over time.

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Being single can be fun. In fact, in this time of COVID, being single can save lives. But the heart is a fickle creature.

And being alone can really suck in times of turmoil. None of us are perfect and it feels like that's all anyone is looking for... perfect.

Now that doesn't mean that all of us are making it difficult to partner up. Sure, some people are too picky and mean-spirited, but some of the rest of us are crazy and too much to handle. So one has to be sure.

The truth is, being single is confusing, no matter how much we try to match. So let's try to understand...

Redditor u/Mcxyn wanted to discuss some truths about love and our own issues, by asking:

Why are you single?
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