What happens after you shoot your shot and you score? Join the conversation as we discuss dating, building strong relationships and why some people still fail at love.
– Dating 101, is it that simple?
– Are you really prepared to date in 2020?
– Do we really know what courting is anymore?
– Are dating failures keeping you from your next relationship?
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Does one matter more than the other?
In my experience I feel connection out weighs time… but what are your thoughts?
Say you have met someone and after while you realize the connection you guys have made is amazing. It’s not even the sex it’s the conversation, the way you treat each other and how you guys move to compliment each other. Being mindful there are no titles being thrown out. You guys are just going off the energy of one another.
A scenario happens that makes you both question if you are on the same page and for whatever reason you guys cannot seem to get back to where things were.
In the conversation its get brought up on the time span of meeting each other and even though you’ve both admitted to loving each other and one in love.
Should the person in love feel some kind of what that things have changed and now time matters.. other people are now inserted in the picture and everything seems to be a stand still all while there is no movement forward.
Does time out weigh the connection? Or does no of it matter the switch up along speaks volumes?