"You just always have so much to talk about!" The reply I got from the boyfriend the other night when I asked him why he was sighing repeatedly at every comment I made about the movie we'd just finished. "Ok. Well, if I'm talking too much, you're welcome to go do something else. I can talk to myself just as well as to you (it is true that I chatter a lot)." Two solo hours and a great movie later, I walked into the bedroom to find him passed out on top of the bedcovers, his ill-tempered cat lying beside him.
Happy Monday, all! As usual, don't forget to follow my adventures on my blog, So about what I said...I recently sat flipping through my old journals. I immediately stopped when I got to a particular entry. it was from sometime during my high school heyday and my teenage self matter-of-factly wrote something along the lines of: Guys just don't like girls in wheelchairs. Or with any sort of disability, it seems. It read back to me like some sort of socially agreed-upon law like the sort that easily rolls off your tongue (First Amendment, anyone?). It was, or at least in my eyes, the sort of social code everyone had memorized, and I probably (OK, I'm certain) didn't think twice when I wrote those words.
Free love has not ruled since the 1970’s but apparently unprotected intercourse among older unmarried Americans is on the rise. According to a recent A.A.R.P. study of singles in the 45 plus category, only 12 percent of the sexually active single men and only 33 percent of sexually active women report using condoms.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /> While more than 30 percent of boomers are living the single life, this segment is also the fastest growing group of subscribers for on-line dating. (Source: 2007 Lehman Brothers Equity Research). As a result of the love boom, sexually transmitted diseases like syphilis and HIV are on the rise among mature adults.
How miscommunication can derail even the best plans...
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When is it the right time to share everything including your bank balance with your partner?
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From Jan through March of 2010, Reece Manley interviewed and took surveys from 100 sex offenders to understand how their minds work.
this is about the reasons why a person may cheat.
Note: Don't forget to follow my journey on my personal blog, So about what I said... I had just turned 15 when I started The List. It was a secret file on my computer that I just prayed no one would find. I rationalized it in my mind: Doesn't everyone make these sorts of lists? After all, it wasn't anything dirty (my early-teen mind had just been scared stiff from a semester of health class and Lifetime movies); instead, it was innocent and little did I know at the time that what started so private would turn into such an eye-opening experience. Over the years, the list grew and grew. And though nothing ever materialized beyond putting their names on the list, it didn't matter. I didn't just fantasize about these men from afar, I fell headfirst over the edge and into a deep, shallow ravine – a ravine of obsessing, analyzing, and of course, there was some drooling in there too.