No matter how smart, established or successful you may be in other aspects of life, just about everyone of any age loves being love-drunk; it’s not just for teens like Romeo and Juliet.
But what are the chances that a smart and very attractive woman, about whom you know next to nothing, likes everything you like, do and are?
“Unfortunately, I did believe it, which led to this woman taking advantage of me in the worst way.”The woman set him up in an elaborate ruse that resulted in him going to jail on false charges, while she took possession of everything he owned.“Something that was too good to be true wound up becoming a nightmare,” says Massie, who suggests these red flags:• She likes everything about you.
“To put it simply, I quit thinking with my brain,” he says.
She rummages through their house, trying each bear’s porridge, sitting in each bear’s chair and sleeping in each bear’s bed until she finds the one that’s just right.
While we may have overlooked it as a silly fairytale growing up, our favorite blonde, porridge eating character staged the perfect symbolism for what many of us experience in our journey to find love, which I like to call: the Goldilocks Effect.
We’ve all heard the old fairytale of Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
“That was a red flag.”• She asks you to move in almost immediately.
We talk about everything and have been very open about our feelings. It's obvious that he likes me a lot and lately he's been bringing up the future.
Besides holding hands, hugs, and the occasional little kiss, there has been no sex or heavy petting. He said that he would like for us to become "we." Yesterday, we discussed our feelings on marriage vs.
living together; although I've been married before, having two girls, I don't believe in living with someone outside of marriage.
He had a bad divorce and knows other people who have had bad experiences, which makes him OK with living together without actually being married.