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Asking for a number

Whether you were introduced by friends, ran into one another on the street, or met at a party, if you want to get in touch in the future, you’re either going to have to depend on blind fate or you’re going to have to get a number: a phone number, a street address, an e-mail address, a business card, or something. (I know there’s always the mutual friend route, but you’re not in 7th grade any more – I hope. Plus if you contact the other person directly, you get a lot more – and more reliable – information.)

There are only a limited number of reasons why you might ask for a phone number:

You want to call the person.
You’re not sure whether you want to call the person but want the number just in case.
You know you don’t want to call, but you don’t want to appear rude.

October 1, 2009 Posted by | Dating | , , | 2 Comments

Write Stuff Down

All of us have been talking for a lot longer than we’ve been writing, which is why a blank page seems so intimidating, but when it comes to being honest and keeping track, writing stuff down is an instant combination shortcut and mirror. You don’t have to write an essay or poetry, and no one’s going to be grading for spelling or punctuation. This is simply your way of keeping track. (Little girls often begin the habit to a diary around seven or eight when an auntie gives them a diary.)

A log (not a Captain James T. Kirk kind of log, but a feelings log) can be really useful and helpful and helpful to pinpoint important times, beginning of issues and changes in the relationships. It’s a great way to keep us honest and focused, and as long as it isn’t left around for someone to find and read there is no downside here. A log also is a way of taking responsibility privately so we can practice before we take it publicly.

July 6, 2009 Posted by | Dating, Relationships | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment