We don’t always write about the people who flatter themselves thinking we do. We don’t always shine a spotlight on every story.
Now, I don’t want to argue semantics, but I firmly believe that the milestone of adulthood, for me, was my first time.
Without commitment, couples begin to nurture resentment for what they think is missing in their relationship instead of nurturing gratitude for what they have.
Millennials aren’t necessarily afraid to commit. Simply put, because young adults have so many avenues and options when it comes to finding a mate, they are taking their sweet time to explore those options rather than rush to the altar.
You never really know what’s out there.
No one told me that when I got divorced it would feel like I divorced my children, too.
For four years, we laughed, cried, and trudged through the exhaustion that is college life. At the time, all we could think about was getting out and moving on. We talked about dreams and how we couldn’t wait to start life. Those four years seemed like a stopping point or like a purgatory before we could get to the real parts of life, the good parts.
All of us meet perfectly wonderful people with whom we just don’t feel a connection.
If you’ve ever had an ant problem, you know how frustrating it is to get it under control.
We idealise romantic love in a way that can be damaging, it creates this fantasy that can’t really be lived up to.