Who wins in a break up? Is it the person who actually, verbally ends the relationship? Is it the person who packs up the other’s stuff and gives it back, first? Is it the first person to go out and get obliterated – looking like they are having a great time post-breakup to all their mutual friends? If you answered yes to any of these, … Continue reading the race to move on first
I started out 2018 with a lot of positivity. Too much positivity, maybe, when I promised that I would post two times a week and then spent Tuesday afternoon through Saturday afternoon struggling to find both motivation or inspiration. I’ve been thinking all day today “am I really not going to post the FIRST Saturday of the year after I just said I would post … Continue reading falling for your back-up plan
Does anyone know? Seriously?? I am genuinely hoping that my Tinder/Bumble days are numbered and that my soulmate is also passing time by swiping left and right in his bed right now. Ideally, he will be much braver than me when it comes to the defining the relationship discussion and I won’t have to be the one to bring it up. Unfortunately, that doesn’t appear … Continue reading when is the right time to define the relationship?
After being single for a little over a year, I’ve really gotten a good taste of what being single is about nowadays. Honestly being single is so weird. I don’t understand why it’s portrayed as if it is so fun in movies because we all know it’s really not. I like to think I’m single because no one I have met has been good enough … Continue reading i’ll bend but refuse to break
Does anyone else seem to have a problem of always wanting the completely unavailable guy? It seems every time I having feelings for someone, it’s someone who is caught up on his ex girlfriend, potentially taking a job offer in a different location, in a relationship with someone else, and overall completely unavailable to me. My first instinct is to always blame this on the … Continue reading why do we always want what we can’t have
Growing up, I can remember both of my parents telling me stories about the dates they would go on, both with each other and with other boyfriends/girlfriends prior to their meeting. Dating sounded like it was something fun and enjoyable because there were so many activities associated with it, and my parents seemed to have fond memories of it. Casual dating did not even mean … Continue reading 21st century dating