Articles tagged with: Love
Who needs therapy when you can write a blog entry about what’s bothering you?
Like the old song says, “If you want the things you love you must have showers…”
For those less hip than I am (I almost got through that with a straight face!) the term Emo originated in the 1980s and described a brand of gritty, confessional rock music. It later widened, and has settled into a somewhat derogatory term used to label anyone who says anything remotely emotional. The brunt of this term is often directed at teens, with a mixture of pity and disdain: Oh those teens- what are they so angry about?
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Friendships are the true relationships of life and often reflect who we are and who we want to be. Unlike romantic relationships, friendships …
I used to think commitment was something that just happened when you found the right person, so that by the time your partner had transitioned from “the guy I’m seeing” to “my new boyfriend”, the cute stranger on the subway would be just that — a cute stranger on the subway.
The 20something’s rational approach to a breaking heart.
If your boy-toy is up with the current times (or has a pulse) he should have a twitter account. Follow it immediately.
As young woman, I can always appreciate a nice piece of jewelry. However, every time I scope a guy out, I glance down at their hand and see a wedding band. What gives?