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And because we are living in the digital age, these euphemisms also come with their own codes too.
Family life counsellor and educator for the Central Jamaica Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Anthony Gordon, said while he does not condone these relationships, they are increasingly becoming a part of the popular culture."It is really the dynamics and dynamism that is evolving in this new age where relationships are concerned and so I am aware that from time to time these terms usually evolve," he said."While I understand the coding and the cultural dynamism in them, I caution persons in relationships to be careful because people might get involved in something and they are not truly aware that they are getting into," he said It is upon this premise that the counsellor cautioned young ladies getting involved in relationships to first of all understand what the various codes mean, and decide whether they accept them as a part of their relationship vocabulary.
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He is less known for Ryan Seacrest’s endorsement on his website, so I would market that more if I were him.
It’s a frequent excuse among my friends, and I’ve said it, too.“I’m not against [alternative] ways to meet someone,” says Hussey. You’re busy, no matter how much time you’re willing to make for the right person.
“I’m not afraid of paying a matchmaker, I’m not afraid of apps, it’s all fine. To actually find him or her, Hussey suggests you “use the cracks of time.” Look for people to meet while you’re going to get coffee, while you’re grocery shopping, while you’re at the gym.
So people don't necessarily feel constrained to introduce someone as their boyfriend or girlfriend, but by a slew of other titles that are already making the rounds on the social scene.
Example: “I am willing to go to X kind of event to meet people with qualities I’m looking for in a mate.” Less specific: “My workout class is filled with X kind of people who are in no way, shape or form my type, but I notice that the 8 p.m.
class across the street is filled to the brim with potential summer flings.
How are you going to be charismatic when you’re so afraid? Hussey does acknowledge that this is sometimes easier said than done. Hussey explains that there are things that you want to do — for example, I want to learn to rollerblade this summer and take parallel-parking lessons — but sometimes, to meet someone, you have to ask yourself what you’re willing to do.
Like no shit, meeting people would be easier if you were good at it. “I am going to have to actually come face to face with this person eventually.” Okay. Make a list of things you are willing to do in order to meet someone.
When it comes to the inside of the male psyche, however, I defer to Hussey.