Have someone in your life who won’t stop texting but won’t make plans to actually meet up? He might be bread-crumbing you. Say what?! Dating now practically requires its own phrase book.
Five years ago, I became good friends with a gentleman in my beginner dance class. We had good dance chemistry, so we would go to multiple classes and open dance sessions each week. We weren’t “together,” but we’d check in and see if the other person was going and dance with each other frequently.
The most important lesson I’ve learned is that everyone interprets and demonstrates love differently. After I read “The Five Love Languages,” I was better able to recognize the importance of different love languages and also communicate how I perceive love.
I believe that family and faith should always come first. I love to travel (and to plan for it, I always save money ahead of time). Sports have always been a very important part of my life, whether playing, coaching or broadcasting. I’m always passionate about any endeavor that I take on in my life.
I own my own business. I opened Modern Hairitage Salon in North Canton three years ago at the age of 25. I started my career at a hair salon in downtown Canton and have since taken my career to the next level. I love to laugh and have fun.
The best starter is not being shy and going up to a lady and introducing yourself, pointing out a quality that caught my eye. “Hello my name is Rocco, you are _____? I had to come up and introduce myself. You have (a) beautiful ______.