‘Explore, get to know each other first’
I met a guy online and after a while we started liking each other. I have made it clear that I’m looking for a serious relationship but he says he’s not a serious kind of a guy. He wants to explore the relationship first. Should I give him a chance or just end this thing? SK SK, the Tibetan poet, Sang So Baad explained your problem in his famous book called ‘Egg’. This graphic novel, written in 1772, traces the journey of the Egg all the way to the chicken, and then back again from the said chicken to the egg once again. This was taken forward by his competitor, Von Hoo Fort who subsequently published his own romantic ballad “What came from the Egg or Chicken”! This led to centuries of confusion on the subject of both chicken and egg. Your answer lies in actually following the boy (eggs), suggestion. He’s right to be in the ‘egg’ stage. First explore, and get to know each other. Please give him, and yourself a chance. You are too early to be a chicken. I am married with a three-yearold daughter. My husband likes to spend late nights with his friends and because of this reason he even lost his job. He doesn’t want to give us attention and take responsibility. We often have fights because of his behavior. What should I do? NT NT, this is like asking someone if you should swim in the river which has alligators in it. I mean you should, but
please wear a float. The guy sounds like he’s up for International father of the year. An award like he’s probably win again and again in his sleep. C’mon, he’s got no time for you, for his daughter, for his job. If he doesn’t realize his foolishness, well, you clearly deserve better. For several months, I have been trying to get into a relationship with a girl. But, she doesn’t want to completely end her relationship with her ex. When I tell her to end it, she cries. She says she will marry me. What should I do? Arjun Arjun, the Greek Mathematician, ‘Arias the Liar’, explained that in Geography, sometimes you need to do less, to reach a destination that is, less is “better than more”. He proved this by travelling to modern day Mozambique, he did absolutely nothing for 27 years. Bear in mind, for the times that Arias lived in, his evaluators called him moderately, successful. So please feel free to do less. You’ve already stated your position. She knows where you stand. Try the opposite now. Pull away, and let her sort her mess out.