Six months of dating gifts
Just take us back to those early days when you couldn’t keep your hands off of us.I know, it’s easy to get wrapped up in everyday life, with kids and jobs and routines, and sometimes you forget that this person you are doing life with is that same person you once couldn’t get enough of.If you’ve got a question that needs the female treatment, chances are you’re not the only one who wants to ask it. From opinions on men’s style to decoding the sometimes mysterious ways of women, she’ll take on a different question every Thursday.And don’t worry, your identity will be protected too.It's not necessary to bring up the idea of exchanging gifts with your boyfriend beforehand; if you want to give him something, go ahead and do it.And if it turns out he didn't get you anything, no big deal.If you weren't planning on getting your boyfriend something, don't feel that you should just because someone else suggested it.
I don't know how to approach the topic without him feeling obligated to get me a gift. If so, go ahead and give your man a little something.
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I’ve been divorced for a couple of years and while the dating scene has had its challenges, I’m currently involved with a gorgeous woman. I don’t want to scare her off with anything too serious.
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