21 dating love
Stashing, as the Metro reports, is that thing where you’re in a new relationship and everything seems great, except for one thing — you’ve never met any of your new love’s friends or family.
You’ve let this person fully into your life, but they haven’t even so much as acknowledged your existence on social media or introduced you to one of their pals. Basically you're being kept a secret for one reason or another, like a little treasure stashed away in an underwear drawer. When you press your partner about it, they’ll try to wriggle out of having to explain.
Feel like your new romance features a little bit too much alone time? We’ve already been victims of “kittenfishing,” “breadcrumbing,” “gatsybying,” “haunting,” and, of course, the ubiquitous “ghosting.” And now we’ve got this to worry about.
Walking around the apartment naked while eating our bowl of granola. We were in a relationship without ever saying we were in one. And as he was speaking, I realized that I was the woman he was describing. And I was so mad at him for not realizing that the woman he described was sitting 2 feet away from him. I've cried endlessly and been hurt a lot in my life, I've been abused, talked to like I wasn't shit, been gaslighted and Slut shamed by men that I once loved and cared about. So I'm so thankful that God brought this amazing person in my life who genuinely has my back and is ready to "pull up" to defend my honor by any means. I learned about his childhood, his lack of interest in leaving a legacy, and his openness about being a selfish man. For anyone wondering, they were the best cookies I’ve ever had in my life. And all I faintly (okay maybe not so faintly) remember was experiencing more physical pleasure in one night than I had in 3 years combined. 1 hour later, we were in his apartment and there he was, baking me fresh cookies.