Today, let’s look at some of the articles and blog posts around the web about relationships and dating from the female perspective.
Cherie at Blisstree talks about online dating and poses the question, “Is Online Dating for the Desperate?”. Though years ago, online daters might have been viewed as geeky, desperate people who couldn’t get a date in “real” life, things have definitely changed. Cherie also discusses Valentine’s Day — a dreaded holiday for many men and women, whether they are dating someone special or not.
The most interesting of these was the article about Tiger. Just because Tiger Woods cheated (and cheated and cheated) on his wife, other women shouldn’t become more worried about their own men. If a man is going to cheat on you, there’s not much you can do about it. He’s either unhappy in your relationship, a self-centered asshole who wants to have his cake and eat it too, or both.
Certainly a woman shouldn’t hide her head in the sand about their partner’s infidelity, but Tiger’s story doesn’t mean that more men are cheating these days. Trust your instincts about your man, look for the obvious signs, but don’t make a good man’s life miserable by accusing him of things that aren’t true just because of Tiger Woods.