Not that money is everything, but when you start analyzing the water bill based on who was home more on which days of the month, it might be time to have a real conversation. Nickel and diming each other's spending habits in our heads, rather than banking on the fact that a real conversation about the state of the finances could lead to more cash in the love bank! Though Kurt's move to New York led to some major problems for the couple, we still have faith that they'll end up together.
Gay men may be their own worst enemies when it comes to relationships. Before I open my mouth and insert my foot, before I get all you gay guys worked into a tizzy, I have to say: I don't think there is any such thing as an irreparable mistake. Nothing's more embarrassing than having a trail of toilet paper clinging to your sneaker as you walk out of the men's locker room into the free weights area at the gym. It's actually more embarrassing to be too clingy or not clingy enough in your gay relationship. Not finding balance between "to cling, or not to cling". If you're confused by this concept, then you're a victim of this syndrome.
You should both feel free to do your own thing with your own group of friends, but don't make things more complicated than they have to be. Sucking the life out of your gay relationship with a one-way train ticket to "Distrustville." Distrust me once, shame on you. I'm not advocating first date, U-Haul truck, move-in immediately, white picket fence warp-speed relationships, and I also understand that sometimes, things get in the way, like the question of "How would I hook up with other people if we're living together? I also hear of more and more gay men, me included, who use gay-specific apps like Grindr, Scruff, and the likes, for making friends and networking. Test, test, test or the relationship could go to rest. Talking about sex seems to be everyone's hangup, even in a gay relationship. He may wonder what's gotten into you, but he'll also definitely feel good to know that he still turns your crank. Kurt Hummel (Chris Colfer) and Blaine Anderson ((Darren Criss) were the epitome of high school sweethearts on Fox's "Glee" -- and the fan-favorite couple among most Gleeks.
" If that's your priority, maybe it's time to rethink this whole "relationship" thing. If you can't live with your man, what other relationships in your life aren't you able to live with? Of course, test out of love for yourself, for him, and for the good of the relationship. Just because we're gay, it doesn't mean we're immune from having "money talks". Klaine is kind of like a holy word in the "Glee" Bible.
If you can't talk about the big stuff, then the rest of the talks are just kinda fluff. Not only were they each other's first boyfriends, but they lost their virginity to each other during the controversial Season 3 episode, "First Time." Blaine has also helped Kurt through some tough times, including standing up to Kurt's bully, Dave Karofsky, and taking a laced slushy to the eye to protect him.
By Rick Clemons for Your Before I open my mouth and insert my foot, before I get all you gay guys worked into a tizzy, I have to say: I don't think there is any such thing as an irreparable mistake. Admittedly, getting a gay guy to commit is tough, or so they say. If you're confused by this concept, then you're a victim of this syndrome.
I also believe that everything happens for a purpose. Your gay relationship is on thin ice if you're communicating by assuming you said something clearly and later finding that what you said actually meant nothing! And no, earwax removal isn't going to help the matter.
From the perspective of my own designer gay bifocals, mistakes are actually fabulous lessons we've been given so that we can better see the purpose in our lives! OK, well, if you're not into personal development, leave us cool kids here to talk about...10 Gay Relationship Mistakes Open Relationships. How you and your guy define having an "open gay relationship," determines whether you and your guy screw it up royally or masterfully make things work. Hello, it's time for "Gay Relationship Rescue Plan Numero Uno": speak to communicate, listen to learn, and validate what you think you heard. Remaining in your gay relationship because it's comfortable.It's all about boundaries and agreements, both of which need to be checked and discussed about every 3-6 months. Here's a little secret that we'll keep just between us boys! Nothing's more embarrassing than having a trail of toilet paper clinging to your sneaker as you walk out of the men's locker room into the free weights area at the gym. It's actually more embarrassing to be too clingy or not clingy enough in your gay relationship. Not finding balance between "to cling, or not to cling."Saying something, meaning nothing.No matter how much money he has, available party favors, "to die for sex," or the size of his loft apartment on 5th Avenue..the relationship sucks, it sucks.It's a false sense of comfort to believe "If I leave, I'll be single and that's bad." Yes, you'll end up single and without his money, or the party favors, or the great sex. Remember how you feared ahem, "having an accident" because Ms. I'm quite sure you have your own list of "mistakes" made, anticipate making, or refuse to admit you've made, in your trail of gay relationships.But you might actually be happier, and isn't that what you're really after? Creating a false sense of comfort; believing you need others to feel "worthy" when all you need is love... Applebaum wouldn't give you the hall pass until you calculated the square root of 64 or recited the Gettysburg Address? If you can't be fully honest in your gay relationship about your app fetish, then your gay relationship won't be honest with you! Trust me, as someone who's been in my gay relationship for over 12 years, I know the value of being tested regularly — and so does my man. otherwise it wouldn't be a healthy gay relationship. But remember that there are no mistakes: only purposeful lessons we all learn as we live, learn and grow.