Romance is a science to this guy. He has read every article on “how to be a good boyfriend” and probably memorized them. He’s a flower-giver and a door holder as a result. The problem is that he doesn’t experience these things outside of books very often.
In my family you’re born an automatic fan of the New York Yankees. My parents and grandparents would tell stories of the “glory days” with players like Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig. We grew up watching the games and even the films like The Pride of the Yankees.
When I talk to people whose views differ from mine, my first impulse is never to try and shock them into looking at my opinion a little closer. In fact, I try to take their life experiences (whatever those may be) into account when discussing the topic. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t and I’m OK with that.
This is a fairly universal girl problem. A lot of us just grow up wanting to be loved by someone special but tend to come on a little too strongly with the first few guys we date. Most of us grow up but there are a few gals who don’t quite figure that out. That’s why I want to help.