Last weekend, the Austin American-Statesman posted this blog on Facebook about finding love in Austin: http://austin.blog.statesman.com/2017/02/14/single-women-are-likely-to-find-a-marriage-material-man-in-austin-but-single-guys-arent-as-lucky/ After reading it, I was left confused and irritated. This is my rebuttal I sent to them, challenging their views. Dear Katey Psencik and Austin American-Statesman, As a local blogger about the single life in Austin, Texas, I … Continue reading My Rebuttal
The Confidence Factor
Why am I always seeking other’s opinions to validate my self-worth? Why do I allow break-ups to damage my self-confidence? Why do I always assume there is something wrong with me that the other person doesn’t want to be with? These are questions that I have asked myself time and time again, and have now learned to ignore and put to the back of my mind.
The Dating Game (Part II)
Suddenly I have found myself turning into that person who can’t remember past conversations or specific details about another person; the person who used to annoy me by their “lack of interest”. Between dates, conversations, two different apps and mindless swiping, I can’t keep them all straight! My friends have even become confused, and one … Continue reading The Dating Game (Part II)
The Male Perspective
Have you ever wondered what happened with someone you were dating? Did it seem like the relationship was going well and then all of a sudden, out of nowhere, the guy ended things? Have you thought about how you should or shouldn't act on a first date and what your realistic expectations should be? These … Continue reading The Male Perspective
We’ve all done it: Made up some excuse as to why we cannot go on a date. Maybe you were “sick”, lost your phone or it died, had an emergency, or just forgot. But, why do we do this? What is so daunting about telling the truth? The Little White Lie I recently reached … Continue reading Excuses, Excuses