Deidra: What do you consider a “serious” relationship? How do you know it’s serious?
D.Y: If you’re over 25, monogamous, have an official label, he’s allowed you to see him flaccid, and you’ve allowed him to see you with the head wrap, it’s probably serious.
Alissa: At age 26, should one be pressed if her boyfriend is too busy working and barely having enough time to see her?
D.Y: Eh, I want to say no, but just how flowers need water and ish to grow, a relationship does need time spent around each other to flourish. What’s the point of even being in a relationship if you never see each other?
Dolores: What is a good time frame in your relationship to move in with each other to see if the possibility of marriage can possibly exists ? Thank you.
D.Y: After you say “I do.” Not a fan of premarital co-habitation.
Chai: In a serious relationship, should there be an exchange of social media passwords? What do you when you refuse and later discover they tried to hack into your stuff?
D.Y: Question 1: No
Question 2: Call the police
Nathalie: Are some men actually afraid to ask a woman to date them? Especially if they met her while she was in a relationship (now single)?
D.Y: Yeah, some men (actually, most men) do get a little anxious/nervous when approaching/asking out a woman we’re interested in. Thing is, if he likes you enough, he’ll get past that. If not, well, he doesn’t.