WE ASKED RE­LA­TION­SHIP EX­PERT VINKO AN­THONY TO AN­SWER THIS ONE. HE SAYS…

DNA Magazine - - DEAR DNA… -

Dear KF, It sounds like you just haven’t met the right man. It’s not easy! We all live busy lives, and it’s also okay to be choosy. Why set­tle for some­thing that’s not right? We can be lone­lier in the wrong re­la­tion­ship than alone.

You’re at the age where we start think­ing about re­la­tion­ships dif­fer­ently. It’s good to know ex­actly what you need and what you de­sire and who fits into your world. I ad­mire peo­ple who are par­tic­u­lar and un­der­stand who that spe­cial per­son is that will com­pli­ments their lives.

My only ad­vice is this: be mind­ful of your com­mu­ni­ca­tion. Lis­ten­ing skills don’t seem to be a high pri­or­ity for peo­ple th­ese days and we ex­pect things to hap­pen in­stantly. Re­la­tion­ships take care, nur­tur­ing and lots of work.

As for your friends, they’re com­ing from a fun and car­ing place but it’s not fair to call you “the slutty one“just be­cause you haven’t met some­one. They should give you en­cour­age­ment not slut sham­ing.

To me, it sounds like you know what you want, what you need, and you un­der­stand your­self. The right man could be just around the cor­ner.

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