What’s the most common dating question you get asked?
“Should I get back with him/her even though they hurt me?” It’s such a tricky, vulnerable position to be in, knowing someone has done the wrong thing by you, and could do it again, yet you love them so much that you’re willing to risk it happening again if you go back to them. Always trust your gut.
In your opinion, what is the biggest dating no-no?
Talking about your exes or only talking about yourself, or wearing a swastika.
Can you share one of your own dating horror stories with us?
It was a second date. We’d been out to dinner, then went to a friend’s place for a drink. I excused myself to go to the bathroom, and when I came out he was right there, startled, because he’d had his ear to the door. Listening. “It’s a problem I have,” he said.
What is your best advice to someone who has recently gone though a break-up?
Keep. It. Together. Even if you’re shaking with rage, or hollow with grief. You’ll never regret being graceful in this moment, but you will regret hacking their Facebook and wrapping their car in dunny paper.
For those that are loved-up, how long should you wait before posting photos of your significant other on social media?
Probably wait until you’ve had The Chat, where you agree you’re exclusive. Definitely wait until you’re home from your first date.
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