1. There Have Been More Than 3 Reconciliations.
I don’t know why I keep thinking pain means romance. Or sacrifice means “I want you” but maybe I’ll start going back to therapy tomorrow. Or next week. It’s just so easy when we make couches here. We’re just so good at being bad for each other.
Heartbreak is a word that is commonly used after a break up with a significant other, but it doesn’t have to be.
He has some sort of problem every time you want to hang out with a male friend.
Known for her spoken word performances and deeply personal writing style, “Green Eyes” is Ari Eastman’s second collection of poetry. In this assortment of love letters to the past, hopes for the future, and raw confessions about the present, Eastman makes no apologies for who she has become and how she got there.
They are fantastic, beautiful, successful, funny, what have you. But they aren’t doing it for you. There is still that “but” that is keeping you from sealing the deal.
Some days, you’ll have to try really hard to love your partner. And that’s okay.
All her friends are getting hitched.
When you’re sick of staring at screens, take a hike. Literally.
I keep hearing similar complaints on the dating front: all the singles suck in your city.