Patriarchal limitations aside, be your bad self, be your best self, be with YOURSELF, listen to your inner self, and during Christmas, don't forget the elf's opinions of the self.
Processed with VSCO with c8 preset Published on June 2, 2014 Men and women both commit dating faux pas that make their partners cringe. While gender in the context of romance has less to do with biology and more to do with energy, there are just a few mantras of tough love every woman should … Continue reading 5 Things Women Need to Stop Doing in Relationships
With every second that passed, my fists clenched so hard that the blood drained from my knuckles, leaving a white fleshy mess. My throat tightened as I remembered that message left longingly on his IKEA-supported desktop.
There was nothing natural about her, unless you count the recipes for kelp face masks and brown sugar body scrubs tattooed on the page next to her impeccably constructed face.
Published here 🙂 Two hours of odd, dark silence. Thank God I’m not stuck in that crevasse between the wall and the bed like her. How can she do that? More importantly, how can she live like this? Lying here is like being in a coffin. This tiny apartment wouldn’t be so bad if it … Continue reading The Night Started Out Just Like Any Other
In the past decade, researchers have begun studying more intimately the causes of initial romantic attraction. Whether its lust at first sight or a relationship that's meant to be, everyone in the dating scene has preferable characteristics in mind.
Published May 1, 2014 Story Highlights: The probability of a first marriage ending in a divorce within five years is 20 percent.Fifty-six percent of Americans aged 18 to 34 are unmarried.Marrying younger than age 25 dramatically raises the divorce risk. SAN DIEGO- Marriage rates in America are on the decrease among the younger population, according … Continue reading The Psychology of Marriage and Divorce