I don’t know about you, but the Big Mystery of why I’m single has officially been put to rest.
Let’s finish this post by repeating Gottman’s indisputably true words about what a committed relationship is:
A committed romantic relationship is a contract of mutual trust, mutual respect, mutual protection, and mutual nurturance.
Is this too tall an order for US multi-divorced baby-boomers, who have been run through the relationship mill over and over for decades now? What do you think?