Distin­guish be­tween se­ri­ous and ca­sual sex

Glamour (South Africa) - - All ABout You -

“Ask your­self: is the sex re­ally, truly ca­sual? It can get tricky when you know some­one a lit­tle but haven’t fig­ured out your feel­ings yet. So the fewer de­tails you have about him, the more your brain will let things be purely phys­i­cal. A lot of times af­ter ca­sual sex, a woman will take what­ever she knows about the guy and build him up as the per­fect part­ner and day­dream about a life with him, which can in­crease at­tach­ment.

Check your­self by re­mem­ber­ing that you don’t know him well – af­ter all, he could be weird and think it’s nor­mal to take you on a date to a fast food chain. And you don’t want feel­ings for some­one like that.” – Jor­dana Abra­ham, co-au­thor of I Had a Nice Time and Other Lies (Si­mon & Schus­ter; R221)

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