Should people accept being cheated on? If we find out our mate/spouse has or is currently cheating on us, should we simply mind our business? Are they cheating because they don’t love us, or does the fact that they are cheating have nothing to do with how they feel about us? Would cheating breakup your relationship or marriage? Join us for this interesting conversation, and share your thoughts by calling in at 10:15pm (657) 383-1155. If you are on twitter hit us up @gft_radio using the hashtag #GFTRadio
Do you date who you’re attracted to physically and emotionally? or Do you date who people who pursue you? How has that worked out for you? Let’s weigh the pros and cons of these types of situations. This should make for a great conversation, so join us by calling in (657) 383-1155, phone lines open up at 10:15pm. You can also tweet us during the show @gft_radio using the hashtag #GFTRadio
“I went on a date once, we walked thru the park and talked. It was a nice date. I don’t go on dates and have a man break his pockets to prove something to me. There are men that do that too impress and I’m not here for that. Impress me with your time, consistency, respect and loyalty.”
Here is my question: Does the amount of money someone spends on you during a date, make or break the date?
Why does the amount of money even matter? Shouldn’t the thought and intent matter more? Why do people get so hung up on this? If the guy or gal trying to impress someone with money than that gives you a sense of what kind of person you are dealing with. Now if your a golddigger this may seem appealing to you.
Drop some comments, I wanna here your thoughts on this.