Dating optimist blog

“We lesbians are NOTORIOUS for getting attached immediately,” Ginger writes in one of her article posts.

You want to keep the peace and avoid his complaints, so you stay home.

After a while, you stop asking him for dates altogether.

A self-described “serial lesbian dater,” Drew offers advice with her personal, real-life dating stories on her site of the same name.

Real, honest and raw, Drew details run-ins with members of the same sex descriptively and with a sexy flair of reality.

Being an optimist yourself, you often play the role of cheerleader.

You may like going out on date nights, for example, but your negative-Neil groans about the crowds and expensive drinks.Social Clout: 100 friends, You Tube channel URL: Bragging Rights: Matchmaking and social networking A 32-year-old residing in Los Angeles, Arlan is author of “Your Daily Lesbian Moment!” A blogger since mid-2006, Arlan launched the matchmaking/social networking site Juliet & Juliet in August 2011.You start to feel resentful, and think to yourself, Sound familiar?Opposites may attract, but that doesn’t mean the relationship is always easy, says Colleen Mullen, Psy. If this unhealthy dynamic is left unchallenged, she says, “there is a very high likelihood the relationship will not last.” But with a little perspective and effort, these bright side/dark side couplings can work remarkably well. There is usually one who sees the world more darkly than the other,” says Domonique Bertolucci, author of . ” While your partner’s cynicism may annoy you sometimes, you can probably identify at least three ways in which it actually helps you: He advised you against trusting a corrupt business partner, for example.It’s like talking to a friend – a very gay friend – who urges you to be yourself and fight social norms.

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