Strength where it counts
I love this new show, More To Love. I watch all the Bachelor and Bachelorette shows, and I think this is a GREAT idea that many Americans can relate to. We are not our "past skinny" selves. This Bachelor is HOT!!! Too bad I'm not within his age range. I find him handsome and extremely charming. Some girl will be very lucky to be chosen by him............... T
new love found through blind date..thanks to a dedicated sister & friend..
Sometimes even time and patience aren't enough to work through tough issues, but it's finding someone who is willing to accept those issues and doesn't fault you for them that is important.
More than a number
My frustration and irritation about my relationship with my mother in law....
most of my past relationships weren't exactly the best. they start out with me as happy as i could be, but they end with the two of you forgetting that there were good times.
I sit and think too much during my down time and drive myself nuts for no reason at all. I put too much pressure on myself because of my not being patient. I'm really working on it each day and hoping that my growth in this area will pay off should my relationship resume in the future.
I have a perverse fantasy about Jon Gosselin. It all starts when Kate decides to go for joint custody. With all the benefits provided by the T.V. station, it should be easy to share child care. Kate will live with the kids half the week and then she'll move into whatever bachelor pad Jon has acquired and he'll live with the kids. The first week Jon brings along his new girlfriend. She wakes up to the work involved in raising eight kids and runs screaming for the hills. Jon tries to keep up with his kids and fails miserably. The five year old calls him mean when he tells her to be quiet and go to bed already - this makes the tabloid headlines. He calls other girlfriends, but they have seen what's happening on T.V. and are not answering their phone. By the end of the third day, Jon is curled up in a fetal position while the children run amok.
One-night stands can be tricky to walk away from, especially the bad ones. When your hook-up lays there in his or her afterglow talking about how awesome it was, and you're there thinking 'Get me out of here,' extricating yourself from this potentially awkward situation is tough. You don't want to seem rude, but when the beer goggles are wearing off and that lover's breath begins to sour, all you want is your own bed. One-night stands are an etiquette minefield, but you can exit the situation with class.