I’m a different person now. I look back on what happened and I’m no longer sad or guilty.
A life partner gently nudges you; they don’t push. No matter how beneficial something is to someone, you can’t force-feed it down their throats.
As much as I have wanted to be in an open relationship for many years, now that I’m in one, I find I’m not really sure what to do.
You’ll never know what it was you did that drove him away or what she did that drew him in closer, but one day you will realize that often the things we want to control the most in life, are perhaps the things we should leave to the hands of fate.
Relationship challenges/successes are often broadcasted, and glamorized.
I believe that an exclusive relationship — be it one that is a week old, a year old, three years old or nine years old — is sacred; not as sacred as marriage, but sacred, nonetheless.
Have you ever taken a good look around yourself and realized that a good portion of your friend group was either married, engaged, or basically on the verge?
I know it’s scary, but it is in fact perfectly achievable. Think of me as your shepherdess leading you to the land of Milk and Honey, to The Field of Dreams. Heed my words, dream-weavers, and you’ll be on the fast-track to makin’ it with hot, faceless, one-night-stand discards like there’s no tomorrow.
17. Did you really think I wouldn’t find out?
In the words of Heath Ledger circa 1999, “Don’t let anyone ever make you feel like you don’t deserve what you want. Go for it.” You deserve the best, friends. Don’t settle for what is “meh.”