I'm a girl, so i feel like that it should be when no one is around so the girl won't feel shame(if it's the first time), or else u may be given a big slap! And u should do so when u can feel she don't have any objections, so do it gradually in case not to push her .
== == * Women certainly can be a mystery and difficult to figure out, but then again, some men can be just as difficult. Women have PMS (their periods) and this is a time when they can become irritable, moody, burst into tears over nothing or even pick arguments. Hide! LOL There isn't much you can at this time of the month but duck! Some girlfriends are crazy jealous and this is not a good start in any relationship and it will only get worse so it's to the best interest of the boyfriend to let her know he doesn't like it (as long as he's not provoking the situation by flirting with other girls) and he should let her know he won't put up with it and will end the relationship. Some girlfriends can say one thing and mean another and you must have heard that quote, "Women have the right to change their mind!" It's true! You either love her enough to try to deal with it and if not you'll have to communicate your feelings to her and give her the choice of making a better effort of getting along with you. If not leave! * It has been my experience that most girlfriends 'become difficult and act crazy" if there has been a breach of trust in the relationship. A good question to ask yourself is whether you have been truthful in your dealings with your girlfriend. Are you hiding something because you are afraid of her reaction? Or, has she learned something about you that is causing her to mistrust you? Most people become 'difficult' when they are not given enough information to make an informed decision about their relationship. Is your girlfriend asking you for information that you are not prepared to give her? Please remember that trust takes a long time to build, can be easily broken and is difficult (but not impossible) to rebuild. Most girls - and women - do not suddenly 'become difficult and act crazy' ...they usually have some justification, at least in their own mind. If you have been up front and honest, then try talking to your girlfriend about this change in her behavior. Perhaps she has heard something from another person that is making her uncomfortable. Communication is the key to building trust and building trust is the key to a difficult and crazy-free relationship. Congratulations for asking the question in the first place and for being willing to explore avenues of resolving the problem! * My ex broke my trust and i was always afraid when I did not know where he was. Before this I trusted him and never minded where he was. He never reassured me that it would never happen again.
* In my own experience, (I am a girl) I know exactly what you mean by difficult and acting crazy because I've been there and done that I'm not going to lie. I think its because girls become too overprotective and defensive at the same time . She's looking to see if you still care by
constantly asking you to do things and talk with her (over protective)
then she might come off a little mean when she isn't as nice as she usually is. ( This is because she is insecure to the fact of thinking you don't care and is being defensive to save herself ... ) she might seem to think that you don't care , so she wants to show that she doesn't care either or maybe she's just moody, but trust me if she's with you try to tell her that you love her and compliment her so she'll believe it.
* It depends. Women are people, just like men, so they handle relationships in unique ways with varying degrees of success. However, if your sweet girlfriend suddenly changed personalities, there are a few likely answers. When people are dating they have a honeymoon phase, where they are infatuated and agreeable. After six to 18 months this wears off. 1)Your girlfriend might be showing her true personality, and if this is the case, the woman you knew was an illusion brought about by the bliss of courtship, and it's time to bail. However, it's possible you're just falling out of the honeymoon phase. If this is the case, you need to reevaluate how you feel over a fair length of time. Decide whether you really like your girlfriend or whether you just had the hots for her. Do this over a period of a few weeks and really think it through. 2) Somethings bugging her about you. Girls have a hard time dealing with a few issues in a relationship most of which revolve around infidelity. If you have ever cheated on her, you messed up, she's suspicious, and you need to confess. Maybe she'll break up with you, maybe she won't. Be a man and tell the truth. If you haven't cheated on her, then you have nothing to fear. Just approach her and note that she's seemed a little down and not as close to you lately, and ask her what is wrong. She might not tell you right away, because it's hard to express a lack of confidence in your partner, but insist that you are worried and concerned. Also, tell her that if she doesn't feel like talking about it right then, that's okay, but that she can come to you whenever and mention it later when she's comfortable. What this accomplishes is it shows that you care, and that you notice her. She'll tell you and you can ease her doubts and things will be well. 3) Something that isn't you is bothering her. Maybe she lost a big job opportunity, or a family member died. Maybe she's just depressed, it happens. Follow the steps in the above paragraph, but don't offer her advice unless she asks. Women are different from men in this degree. They want to talk about their feelings and they want you to understand how they're feeling. When you start suggesting things, and possibly interrupting her, she gets her feelings hurt, because it trivializes her feelings and capacity to work through these problems. If you suggest things, make them actions you do together. For example, if she tells you she's just been depressed lately, you can suggest that you and she go on a vacation together or have a picnic together. Also, a bit of clarification on PMS and periods. PMS is Premenstrual syndrome, which affects about half of all women. It can make women moody, but this is not true for the majority of women. Menstruation varies from girl to girl, and can range from not painful at all to completely debilitating, causing intense pain, nausea and diarrhea. Also, don't attribute a girl's feelings to PSM or her period. People don't feel new emotions because of PSM or menstruation, but they're more susceptible to feelings they already have. For example, if your girlfriend just moved and is desperately homesick, she might seem fine 3 weeks out of the month and sob herself to sleep each night of the fourth week. She didn't suddenly start feeling lonely, she's just couldn't maintain her stoic exterior. It's a bit like being drunk in that respect. If a girl is having a hard time they are looking for kindness, not judgement. Show that you care and love her when she's upset, but make sure she's the right one for you. * It is true that everything can't be blamed on a young woman's PMS (menstrual time), but, indeed many young women go through some major hormone changes. it is much better to practice good communication skills to find out the reason why she is acting out of character.
Well I would suggest talking to him more and make friends with him. 95% of the time a girl and a guy are friends, they will end up going out.
Relax, be patient, don't crowd her, or push her. You have probably scared her, because she does not want to get into a physical relationship right now with you. Let her have her space, but don't start treating her like you don't like her anymore. Don't call her up every day, when you don't have anything to talk about, don't follow her around. Spend time with other people, do things by yourself, take a step back from the whole thing. You have not done anything wrong, so don't start feeling guilty or ashamed. Try to be the way that you were when you first met her.
That does depend on many things - how old is the cousin? How close is she to your ex-wife? How amicable was the divorce? You are your own person now and perfectly free to date anyone, but take into account your wife's first cousin may not see it this way, and neither might your ex-wife. If you really like this woman then go for it, but think if through seriously first.