We think about these basically all the time.
Between the nags and useless bullsh*t parents throw at you, there is some real wisdom.
Relationships are great because you have a partner in crime, regular sex, and the thrill of being in love.
You’re not supposed to feel bad for people who work in Hollywood, especially actors. They chose to work in a ridiculous profession and make tons of money if they “make it.” But after living in LA for eight years and meeting tons of people who’ve decided to come out here to make it big, I have to say that actresses in particular have the least enviable job in this business. Struggling or not, the job is full of downsides, way more than the obvious “the paparazzi stalks you on vacation.”
Couples fight, it’s only natural.
You’re not sure when exactly you and your partner grew so far apart, but you want to fix it. Badly. And you’re willing to do whatever it takes to start the healing process because at its very core, this is a relationship worth saving.
You’re in the perfect relationship… except you’re not. Something about the two of you has just felt off lately.
There’s this whole narrative out there about how you HAVE to move on from your ex because “all exes are exes for a reason” and similar sh*tty commentary that’s typically reserved for overserved brunches. That’s not true.
You know how like, every week on the Internet some curvy person writes a defense of being curvy and then some slender girl writes about how that defense of being curvy was really just an excuse to slam skinnies and…
So you’ve been in this relationship for a minute. Things are going pretty well — you enjoy each other’s company still, you laugh all the time and your sex life hasn’t evaporated. But is that enough?