Dating navy guys heightism in dating

11 Jan

Like ‘if somebody is going to come at me, this is what I am going to do.’ Most people don’t take the time, so they are unprepared if something comes up.

if you just have a basic plan, you are already so far ahead on the curve.

Learn how to knee somebody in the groin, or smash their nose – FYI, the nose is a great target on the face.

They have some You Tube tutorials, just make sure that you vet them appropriately and check references and avoid the Rex Kwando types.

You can take it anywhere and it’s not intimidating to use.

The worst thing you can do is be passive and beg and bargain and clutch your purse.

You need to yell and scream and be aggressive and get the hell out of the situation.

I'm the sort of person who likes to hear the bad news first, so let's start this off with the cons list: First off, dating a guy who goes to a military academy means you're stuck in a long-distance relationship.

You're lucky if you see him more then four or five times a year. Don't even get me started about the sexual frustration that comes along with this relationship. When I went to West Point a few weeks ago for a formal event, the only physical contact I could have with my cadet was having our arms linked.