Twitter users agreed: Nobody should expect Rihanna's still sitting there waiting to dispense more hard-won knowledge about handling a split, but it's good to see fame hasn't affected her down-to-earth, common sense, caring side at all.
Personally I have always loved having boyfriends but I'm going to be very picky because there are so many options, so why settle?Going to parties every weekend and constantly meeting new people is so much fun and if you're a person who feels dragged down by having a boyfriend, then stay single!The singer, whose own relationship issues with Drake—and even worse, Chris Brown—have been painfully public, received a message Twitter user @Walad Shami in which he asked her how she dealt with her first relationship bust up because his own was challenging.He screencapped the exchange to reveal what happened next: It's kind of moving to see a famous and beautiful pop star was thoughtful enough to take a minute and let the dude know she saw him, heard him, and had some wisdom about the situation.In fact, I might actually agree with her and I’m a little freaked out about it. Let’s be real here: a lot of the time, dating about games, as much as we don’t want it to be.
As many of you know, I’m not a fan of Taylor Swift… I would always advise speaking honestly about how you feel over playing some kind of head game, but if you’re not at that point, a freeze out works, too.
but I and they obviously immediately ask her about love because it’s Taylor Swift and that’s what she talks about all the time. What Taylor is saying is this: if a guy is messing around with you – not answering texts right away, blowing you off, and basically making you feel like you have no control – freeze him out a little bit. If he cares about you, and genuinely wants to be with you, that freeze out will be a slap in the face for him, and he’ll do something to get your attention again. I’ve used the freeze out method in the past, and it really can help weed out the good guys from the guys who aren’t worth your time. Swift had to say about dating – although this quote I have a few issues with. to say ‘I don’t like it when you don’t text me back right away,'” she said: “Guarding your heart and protecting your dignity are a little bit more important than clarifying the emotions of someone who’s only texting you back three words.
While some critics are saying that they don’t agree with her comments, I actually happen to think they’re pretty wise… When “[When a guy is jerking you around] you don’t respond to any of his texts or calls until he does something desperate [like] shows up. Something that makes it very clear to you that he’s interested… The best thing to do is just walk away from table.” I very much agree with this quote, except for the part about how you need to win the game. If a guy doesn’t try to get in touch with you after he hasn’t heard from you in a while, that means you need to let it go and move on. I’ve learned that from trying to figure out people who don’t deserve to be figured out.
If a guy isn’t answering you, why would you even want to waste your time trying to get to the bottom of things?
And I absolutely agree with the statement that we see “mysterious” dudes as romantic and complicated.
I cannot deny, though, that boys are probably one of my favorite parts of school!