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?
I watched that Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary thing and it was cute in that way that inherently lame things are.
If you’re not a victim of filicide, permanently mangled or otherwise beyond repair, then your parents did better by you than these 12 scumbags.
Vanderpump Rules is probably the best show on television (in my personal opinion which is based on the three shows that I watch) and the third season is the best yet.
Hook up with someone who has a nice place What? Don’t act like you’ve never slept with someone because you were impressed with everything they had going on. It’s called desire, hon.
“This is not like sex with my high school boyfriend. Or college boyfriend. It’s actually kind of hot?”