Everything we want is a click away. While that is good, do you realize how often we tend to start expecting similar instant gratification in other aspects of our lives?
The need to explore could be a lot more than just a quarter-life crisis. It could literally be part of who you are.
We can become addicted to the highs and lows of dangerous romantic relationships in a way that makes a break-up from a toxic person similar to rehab from a destructive drug addiction.
You want to ask out someone you recently met?
It’s so rare that a band can create an entire album that replicates its unique sound, while also producing something so fresh and satisfying that both old fans, like myself, and new fans alike will play it on loop.
We often think of love as something spiritual—a matter of the “heart” and “mind”—but we sometimes forget that the heart and brain are also parts of our body.
8. It’s not just the young twenty-something party boys who are addicted. I started when I was 47 and almost lost everything before I was 50. The majority of gay men attending Crystal Meth Anonymous meetings in larger urban areas are in their 30s and 40s.
Most of us know more about math than we know about orgasms. This is likely due to the fact our climaxes are so uniquely personal.
Artists like Radiohead and Kanye have the power to tickle our brain cells with the same effect of sex or cocaine.
It’ll probably cost you more that seven dollars to find that special person. Which mean the pride of the frozen food section wins another round.