Ray J expressed firmly that he did not want Princess hanging with his ex assistant Morgan.
Things got heated and Princess threw liquor on Ray J but only ended up falling in the pool.
The fear of rejection and being made to look foolish in front of friends trumps the very real desire to connect.
Sometimes the desire to connect wins out, but even then showing interest feels dangerous.
But the wealth of data describing the sexual behavior of Millennials suggests that only about 10-20% of the population prefers that lifestyle.
That leaves the other 80% resorting to tactics at direct odds with what they actually want.
Not physically (usually), but saying or doing things that imply that you’re not interested in her. A tension loop creates unresolved emotional tension inside a woman, increases it, releases it by bringing closure to it, and then sparks it all over again.…Push/pull is whenever you emotionally push a woman away from you…and then emotionally pull her back in…Master push/pull and you’ll leave women no choice but to feel attraction toward you.
This research examined the association between relationship satisfaction and later breakup status, focusing on the temporal changes in satisfaction ratings of individuals in newly formed dating relationships.…Individuals who exhibited greater fluctuation in their repeated satisfaction ratings were more likely to be in relationships that eventually ended, even after controlling for overall level of satisfaction.
'Love and Hip Hop Hollywood' had the ratchet world tuned in Monday night.
At the tail end of the show, there is clip where Ray J pushed his girlfriend, Princess, in the pool after she attempted to throw her drink on him.
Chris Tarrant Hostesses: Claire Bell, Martine Cameron Carter, Annabelle Dalling, Lisa French, Fleur Golding, Teresa Lambert, Tracy Mc Andrew, Vanessa Morris, Suzanne Parker and Clare Louise Turton (1996) Announcers: Kate Lock (1996) John Ireland (1998) Bruce Hammal (1999) Reg Grundy Productions and Anglia for ITV, 4 May to 3 August 1996 (12 episodes in 1 series) Grundy for ITV, 8 August 1998 to 7 August 1999 (2 specials 8 episodes in 1 series) Secretly quite good fun version of a European hit which didn't do quite so well over here, but it did receive cult status after its run and it was comissioned two one-off specials and a second series.