Date someone who writes because they are not afraid to be dependent. They are not afraid to share and display pieces of their heart on multiple forums, yearning for people to read.
If it is important to me, if it reflects my feelings and my reasoning, what is “so only” about it?
I have been in love with you for so long that I can’t imagine loving someone else.
There’s a Chinese proverb, “Keep always the edge of hunger” that I’ve kept in my locker, my cubicle wall, the edges of notebooks and my mind. I stay hungry for the next story, the next byline, the next book deal, the next perfectly polished stone word.
There is a joke that says, “What does a lesbian bring to a second date?” Answer: “A U-Haul.” Yes, often — but not always — female-female relationships tend to move pretty quickly.
3. Instead of monopolizing your time, Seamless actually frees it up — Now you can focus on more important things, like Instagram and your Netflix queue.
Thank them for putting up with you when you’re moody and don’t feel like talking. Thank them for always giving you a place to stay if you have nowhere else, and never denying you the couch when you were in need.
You kiss goodbye, a real kiss, an intimate kiss. You kiss hello and look in each other’s eyes and talk about your respective days. You hug and you cuddle and you sleep next to each other and you smile when they wake up, even if you’ve woken up to that face every day for the past seven years.
We need to care so much more about the relationships we create. We need to actually build them: foster them, invest in them, and build upon them.
Talking to someone on their 50th wedding anniversary. Talking to someone who has been divorced.