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Relationship Advice #40: “Give a massage”

  • July 5, 2011 at 9:08 pm

Gigi spent so many months thinking up questions, asking her friends for help and ideas, and then posting them on face book to get personal comments. At first it went great, and then as most things happen her friends got tired of answering, and she received fewer and fewer answers. Then she had no time to blog at all, what with work, dating, and sometimes lack of internet and time. So now, she will try something different. She will look for articles on the internet, and combine them with the answers her friends give her. Hopefully this will make for a longer and more interesting blog. Hope you enjoy these changes. Gigi has heard from some friends that they’ve missed her dating questions, and that it is about time they are back. Thanks to all my fans out there!!

Today’s relationship advice is to give him or her a massage. It is so rarely done among people who’ve been dating each other for a long time, or even less if they are married or living together. Yet it is so easy to do, makes the other person feel so appreciated, and it can begin a night of passion or just one of relaxation. If you do not have any good massage products, you really need to always have some on hand. Gigi recommends the Me Line massage products from Me Line that you can only find exclusively on Good vibrations, one of Gigi’s favorite websites.

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Relationship Advice #39: Who pays for the first trip together?

  • January 5, 2011 at 9:05 pm

Sometimes these blog questions come from readers and friends, and sometimes from Gigi and her personal dating life. This one happens to be Gigi’s present dating life, which is going quite well, thank you very much… Jonathan asked Gigi if she wanted to go away for New Year’s, and to join his best friend, and his new girl friend. Gigi accepted happily, and then wondered (and worried a little) over the finances of it all. Who should pay when you go away somewhere together? Relationship Advice #39: Who pays for the first trip together? – continue reading…

Relationship Advice #38: What to get their family for Christmas, if you’ve just begun dating

  • December 14, 2010 at 3:00 pm

Gigi has just begun dating a man, and it seems to be a serious thing. She has already met most of his family, and chances are that she will see them on Christmas Day. He is already talking about what to get Gigi for Christmas, so she wondered what one does for Christmas for the family of the person you have just begun to date. This blog got a lot of comments, and once again it got a bit heated… My favorite blogs!! Unless they attack Gigi, which kind of happened this time. Let’s see what you think!! Relationship Advice #38: What to get their family for Christmas, if you’ve just begun dating – continue reading…

Relationship Advice #37: When to tell your date about your ex

  • November 23, 2010 at 7:58 pm

Gigi had quite a few questions sent in by our readers, so she has not had to find questions lately. Here is this week’s question on when to talk to your date about your ex, and when you should tell your ex about the new person in your life. I think that it is best to be honest with both sides, especially if you have kids who might be meeting the new person in your life. You never know when there could be a run-in between your past and your present!! Relationship Advice #37: When to tell your date about your ex – continue reading…

Relationship Advice #36: What to do when they disappear without a word

  • November 5, 2010 at 11:11 pm

Gigi is so tired of men who disappear without a word or an explanation. It is not only men who do this. People do not want to face a partner who will rant and rave, or cry, or make a fuss about a break-up. So they run away… leaving you without a chance to say goodbye and get your closure, so that you can move on quicker. So Gigi asked people what should you do when they (substitute “Jean-Claude” for “people”) disappear without a word… Relationship Advice #36: What to do when they disappear without a word – continue reading…

Relationship Advice #35: What if he/she has never had a relationship last more than a few months?

  • October 17, 2010 at 10:35 pm

He or she has never been in a relationship that lasts longer than a few months. Is that a red flag? There are people out there who never seem to have a relationship that lasts very long… is this something to be wary about, or is it just that they have never met the “right” person? Relationship Advice #35: What if he/she has never had a relationship last more than a few months? – continue reading…

Relationship Advice #34: What to do if the father/mother of your kids is a deadbeat ex

  • October 3, 2010 at 10:18 pm

Here is a question from one of our avid bloggers these days. She actually posted it on my face book wall, and I thought it was a great question, although many people did not want to comment on it, since it can vary from case to case… Relationship Advice #34: What to do if the father/mother of your kids is a deadbeat ex – continue reading…

Relationship Advice #33: If they don’t say ‘I love you’ back

  • September 26, 2010 at 5:24 pm

You’ve said “I love you”, but he or she hasn’t said it back. Is that a bad sign? How long should you stick around to see if they feel the same way? This question also hit home, from a past relationship of Gigi’s and I am sure that it has happened to a lot of other people. Relationship Advice #33: If they don’t say ‘I love you’ back – continue reading…

Relationship Advice #32: What to do when you are both married… to different people

  • September 19, 2010 at 3:33 pm

What do you do if you are married and he is married, but not to each other… and you have fallen in love with each other? Do you stay with your spouse for your children’s sake? Do you free yourself of a marriage that no longer fulfills your needs (physical AND emotional)? This is probably the toughest situation in which to ever find yourself. Relationship Advice #32: What to do when you are both married… to different people – continue reading…

Relationship Advice #31: Can she propose marriage to him?

  • September 13, 2010 at 12:17 am

So what can a woman do if her man has not proposed to her? Is it ok for her to propose to him? According to tradition, a woman can ask a man to marry her on February 29th.  This was the theme of “Leap Year”, a great movie Gigi saw that takes place in Ireland, where women can propose to their men on this day. Relationship Advice #31: Can she propose marriage to him? – continue reading…