In it, she asks a question that many anxious girlfriends will be able to relate to: "Are we OK?
"Rather than becoming annoyed or exasperated by her worries, Briggs put himself in the running for Boyfriend of the Year with four simple words: "Very much so, honey." It might sound simple, but for someone who struggles with anxiety, that simple reassurance means everything.
Dennis enjoyed his time with Susan, and wanted to see if they could have a future together.
However, it was at the end of the third date when Susan informed Dennis about her diabetes.
They say opposites attract, but is that true when it comes to your income bracket?
Reddit users gathered on a recent thread to talk about what they learned from dating someone whose socioeconomic background is totally different from theirs.
When Dennis contacted The Diabetes Council last week, he was concerned that dating Susan with Type 1 diabetes may not a good idea.
Really, we just teach each other and love each other for our differences. Two days later and she wakes up to a £5000 car on the drive.
Meanwhile in the same week I'm lending my mum £200 until payday so we have enough money for shopping and don't have to borrow off my grandparents for the 5th week running.
Here are some of the most illuminating answers from the Reddit thread. My father and step mother were given custody of me, they are hardcore bikers.
I grew up learning learning how to sell drugs, fight, work on bikes, make moonshine, etc. My SO comes from upper middle class, went to private school, family celebrates birthdays, having a fridge half filled of food is "getting low" etc. [...] We never worry about money because I can make a twenty feed us for weeks and she knows when to remind me to spend money on myself. I was ecstatic that I had my first 5 driving lessons paid for me as my present from my parents.