These days, it's confusing to know who to take relationship advice from. On one end, you've got thrice-married Steve Harvey selling books in lines so long I'd swear they're giving government cheese with every hard copy sold. Then you have perpetually single men and women who claim to be "relationship" coaches, but might just want to stick to little league softball. And the last, and perhaps most obnoxious group, is one that I belong to: the "I's married so you just need to listen to what I say!" crew.
Why Jumping To Conclusions Can Hurt Your Relationship “Hi Babe, I just wanted to check up and say hi. Call me back when you get a chance.” “Hi, it’s me again. You haven’t called me and I don’t know where you are. Can you call me back?” “OK, it’s been two hours, you obviously don’t care enough to call back, so FORGET IT. HAVE A NICE LIFE.” Sound familiar?
Has your sleep ever been rudely interrupted hours before it needed to be due to your guy's pesky alarm clock? (We know. So annoying at six o'clock in the A.M.) If you're in this boat on a daily basis, then Julia Hu knows how you feel. That's why she created LARK.