Skankest wrote:more about the making sure BM is a positive experience.
Skankest wrote:More of what I'm looking for is tips on things to bring that could make her more comfortable. Any tips on things to keep her clean(ish), for makeup, for hair, things she should carry on her at all times (outside of the normal list), things for the camp (outside of the normal list). Basically things I'd never think of as a laid back male. I'm not that worried about the relationship... more about the making sure BM is a positive experience.
If she is feeling nervous or apprehensive she is going to want to have me around the whole time.
Nipple wrote:Skankest wrote:more about the making sure BM is a positive experience.
That may be one expectation too far, she's the ultimate captain of that boat. When the time comes, you may not even be allowed in the pilothouse.
It's hard, by design. That's a bit of the reason behind "Radical Self Reliance" and "Communal Effort".
Be prepared for it to be a negative experience, with positive (or even more negative) repercussions.
lucky420 wrote:Here's an idea!
Show your "high maintenance girlfriend" this thread and see how she reacts
tamarakay wrote:Oh! I almost forgot. Bring her by Dye with Dignity at Barbie Death Camp on Tuesday afternoon and the two of you can dye a silk scarf!
Skankest wrote: she will go on backpacking trips with me (as long as I carry all the gear).
jkisha wrote:Skankest wrote: she will go on backpacking trips with me (as long as I carry all the gear)[/size].
Leave her home.
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