In today’s use and throw world, compromise is often a dirty word. We take pride in our self-reliance, in our ability to mend our broken hearts and move on.
For all the times I am—have been, will be—guilty of taking you, for lack of a hipper idiom, for granted: I love you, and you make me happy.
I currently live in a house with 3 bedrooms, 2 married couples, and 1 me. (And the dog. Who is sometimes… okay, most of the time, my favorite).
I’d be willing to bet that if we reevaluated what we should understand about being in a relationship, we would find that most of us (and our relationships) are way off base.
When you become single again, you learn that making yourself a priority isn’t selfish or self-absorbed; it’s self-preservation.
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.
Criticism over Washington insiders is misguided for one important idea.
4. “Leave the past in the past.”
Boyfriends like snacks and hugs when they cry. Provide those instead of scrutiny.
Feel it, every ounce of it. Remember that love is not something that you can save up an excess of and take out when you need some of it at a low moment in the dead of winter.