Here’s what to do when you meet that new person you’ve spent all of your moments missing.
I’ve been noticing a lot of laziness in the dating world, both from men and women. Everyone says they’re looking for find someone, but when it’s time to push our limits, we often retreat or rely on the easy way. What do you think?
How do you know how to love a person? As we grow and experience more, we refine our needs and realize what works for us. Love is dynamic. Here’s a short list of ways I like to be loved. How about you?
Falling in love feels so right. How long does it actually take? Is it minutes? Weeks? Months? Years? Are there different iterations of love?
Generally, tolerance is assumed to be a great thing. It’s viewed as an unbigoted, open-minded perspective, kind of like an undiscriminating crushed velvet blanket that warms everyone and anyone…But tolerance has another side, as well.
I’ve seen it often: someone hitting his head against the wall in frustration. He can’t get ahead. He’s stifled in his romantic relationship. He has a bad living situation. He’s broke and not making enough money at work. He comes to see me. Now what?
In the last few months, my relationship with my dad has changed. It’s been awesome to get to know him better.
“You don’t know my boyfriend.”
“He’d never do that.”
The doubt in your stomach is a tell. But you ignore it. Nobody could be so insensitive, especially your significant other, whom you’ve known forever. He assured you you were the ONE. Then how are these delusions even possible?