It’s easier to fall back into the same comforting patterns than to go through the heartbreak of not being in the relationship anymore.
Due to the particular subject matter that I tend to write about, over the years I have collected (for lack of a less pretentious term) a plethora of “true scary stories” from people of all walks of life. And this was going to be my attempt at cataloging some of my personal favorites.
I recently graduated from a very international graduate program, making me the proud owner of 3 study abroad experiences – for that reason I feel like it’s time for me to share & simplify the whole process down to 8 stages!
As adults, we’re sometimes not given much leeway to act as children again. We’ve got bills to pay, families to feed, and careers to manage. But we should give ourselves some downtime every now and then — especially to act like a kid and get away with it.
Don’t look to other people for validation. You’re the only one whose approval matters.
I just thought, “I’m so lonely.”
I’ve read numerous articles on how the hookup culture is destroying the possibility of dating but if you step away from generalizing you see there are exceptions. People still are capable of creating meaningful relationships in college.
I was date rapped and I still talk to the guy who did it because I feel guilty. I was molested at 6 years old and still talk to men who treat me like shit because apparently, in my head, I deserve it.
Don’t bother emailing. Ever. You’ll never get a response to an email.
What I received was no sandwich; it was more akin to a small raft of bread floating atop a congealed caloric ocean on its voyage to Type II diabetes.