You never want to behave too overly "presentationally." Don't fake the funk! ) will only keep a relationship alive longer than needed. Exception: If you're fresh out of a relationship and find, on your new date, that you mysteriously can't stop crying in the bathroom, it is best to say, "I realized I am not ready to be on a date yet; I am so sorry." Then pay for your part of the bill and politely leave.Etiquette and social grace are your friends, but misrepresenting your values (are you into monogamy? Better than regaling your unwitting date with details of a past love— or having him do that to you. Often that butterflies-in-your-stomach jolt is a symptom of love addiction, or craving a romantic fantasy of love in which the person serves as a high, and it can keep you from experiencing deeper (typically uncomfortable) underlying feelings.

If I stay too long, I fall into a trance, so I usually wouldn't stay longer than three hours on a date.

I have never experienced "leaving too early" regrets, but I experienced "staying too long."DO be true to you.

Following the break-up from Reynolds, who is now married to Scarlett Johansson, she dated environmental lawyer Tom Ballanco.

Morissette also dated Full House star Dave Coulier in the early 1990s and her angst-ridden hit You Oughta Know was rumoured to be inspired by the split.

She also confessed to having dated a 29-year-old man when she was just 14 and that she tried marijuana.'I smoked pot once in a while, but I'm too much of a control freak to be a drug person,' she said.

This is what happens when a song with lyrics which are intended to be ironic is (ironically) used unironically in the soundtrack of a show, demonstrating either ignorance or willful misuse by the producers. The worst examples of that so far happened when Smash Mouth's "Walkin' on the Sun" became a jingle for Mercury, and General Mills' rewrite of Melanie Safka's "What Have They Done to My Song, Ma" to "Look What They Done to My Oatmeal".

So it’s sort of an unraveling of my own personal life, hitting my own rock bottom and rising up. I didn’t even realize it while I was writing the record, but it definitely goes through all the stages of grief. Morissette: I’m definitely not online or reading those magazines anymore.

I used to read them all the time but I think once the tables were turned on me, I stopped reading it.

So I did learn a few things about having to make your man work work, make you work, make you work work work.

"I consider myself a soldier of love with a lot of experiences," Morissette says.

AP: Tell me about the process of recording this album. The structure of going in the studio every day was very helpful for me.