I have been seeing lots of posts on Facebook about people giving in to others who take advantage of them.Examples are loaning money that is not returned, doing favors for others that are not in the end, helpful, continuing toxic relationships because of guilt about being “cold hearted”.
Conversely, when desire falters, we often find it hard to accept.
Marriage isn’t the honeymoon in Thailand—it’s day four of vacation #56 that you take together. To endure 20,000 days with another human being and do so happily, there are three key ingredients necessary: I enjoy spending time with most of my friends—that’s why they’re my friends.
Marriage is not celebrating the closing of the deal on the first house—it’s having dinner in that house for the 4,386th time. But with certain friends, the time is so high-quality, so interesting, and so fun that they pass the Traffic Test. It means I’m lost in the interaction, invigorated by it, and that I’m the complete opposite of bored.
Dating advice is great, but once you've been dating for a while, you need relationship beginnings advice.
If your goal is to have a long term relationship with someone, or maybe get married sometime, then managing a new relationship is very important.
Our sex drive is a highly personal and quixotic thing, which ebbs and flows with life’s events.