The rule book for dating
Diogenes Laërtius, The Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosophers. ~ George Henry Lewes Aristotle’s logical writings show great ability, and would have been useful to mankind if they had appeared at a time when intellectual originality was still active.
If you must get advice about your guy, take it from a friend who is in a happy and healthy relationship.However, I have news for you: When it comes to dating, other than, “no means no,” THERE ARE NO RULES! Constantly telling any and everyone about your dates and conversations is essentially spreading and tainting the organic energy of the relationship.This may come as a surprise but please take this as a statement of fact. Consequently, the circumstances which surround the joining of these two energies cannot abide by some fictional rule book. When it comes to your relationship, how much does the opinion of anyone who is not your partner actually matter? The process of actually finding your ideal partner can be even more of an arduous process challenge.Especially when so many conflicting sources spew outlandish advice for dating. If you want to call the next day after a date DO IT!
In this lemma quotes are arranged by Bekker numbers (as far as possible). ~ Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Most expositions of Aristotle's doctrines, when they have not been dictated by a spirit of virulent detraction, or unsympathetic indifference, have carefully suppressed all, or nearly all, the absurdities, and only retained what seemed plausible and consistent.