My wife has blocked me on Facebook because she doesn’t like me commenting on her posts. She says my comments annoy her. We fight a lot about this. How do we find a resolution?
If she doesn’t like you commenting on her posts, you could try something radical, like not commenting on her posts.
I recently went out with a boy who introduced himself to me on Facebook, saying he knew a common friend of mine really well. The date was great and I had a really good time. A day or two later, I asked the common friend what she thought of him, and she said she barely knew him. She said it was strange that he would call her a good friend, and asked me to be wary of him. I messaged him to tell her what she had said, and he admitted to lying because he had no way of reaching out to me. I don’t know if anything begun with a lie like this is ever a good thing. He says I would never have gone out with him if he hadn’t mentioned this friend, which is true, but I don’t know if I can trust him to tell the truth from now on. Am I overreacting?
If you had a good time and think you would like to see him again, why not base your opinion of him on a second or third impression? Maybe he really had no other way of getting you to chat with him. If he’s a liar, you will figure it out soon enough. If this little white lie helps you find someone who genuinely cares about you, why end
it without even giving it a chance? You don’t have to date him again if you don’t want to, but if you liked spending time with him the first time, why not give it a chance to see if there’s something that can override this little hiccup?