Well, I am the kind of person who just loves to be in love. This blog will be very very boring for someone who doesn't live in a fantasy world like I do. I love to take time off my day and just think about random stuff and I guess thats just what I would be posting here. Love life problems, something interesting i found out, a guy I liked! Anything and everything!
The first time I met him, I thought my now-boyfriend was a really cool guy, and I hoped we would become friends. Now, this man is not only boyfriend—he is my closest friend now, too, the one who knows everything about what goes on with my family, what goes on at work, what weird dreams woke me up in the middle of the night. And I'm not entirely sure that's a good thing.
The better question isn't whether you would tell your BFF that you slept with her ex, but whether you'd sleep with her ex in the first place. Conversely, could any of you ever find it in your heart to give your friend your blessing if she slept with your ex and wanted to pursue a relationship with him?
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a happy couple must be in want of another happy couple to be BFFs with for life. Fred and Wilma had their Barney and Betty; Lucy and Ricky had their Ethel and Fred. It seems that for every dynamic couple, there exists an assumed want for a complementary pair of friends, who are also a couple, to bond mutually with.
A member of my family was just in the hospital for an out-of-the-blue medical emergency. For a couple days things were dicey and the whole lot of us was concerned. It’s hard to worry about your career, love life or even your soul when a person who used to change your diapers and sneak you Twinkies when your mom wouldn’t let you eat them, is lying unconscious in a hospital. Lately, I keep coming across articles and essays, surveys and polls, how-to books and talk shows about how to be happy. I even wrote about it last week. Supposedly, America is one enormous pool of misery and the majority of us are swimming in it.
1. She holds grudges easily: We're emotional and often hormonal. When we PMS we want to crack skulls with our stilettos but by the end of the day we take a chill pill and relax. When your "girlfriend" fights, it's personal. She becomes spiteful and anything is fair game. When she claws it out, she goes for the eyes so you'll be that blind bitch that never gets married and ends up with 12 cats.
That's right, ladies. The good men you pine for are right there, all up in your grill, listening to your bellyaching, patiently enduring your inability to manage your own flamboyant, capricious romantic expectations and dreary reality. These good guys are co-workers, classmates, and, most importantly, friends.
You know that guy, the one who's not really your boyfriend, but isn't just a friend either? The one you hope will turn into something eventually, but who's dragging his feet when it comes to making a move? If the answer is yes, you're stuck in a fromance, and it's time to get out and move on. Here's how.
Researchers for the National Institute of Mental Health analyzed the brain activity of adolescent boys and girls when confronted with possible friendship. The researchers found ladies automatically process information in a more emotional way, where with boys it's just the opposite.
You know what else is funny about people you haven’t seen in a while? I was just talking to Suzanne, a friend I hadn’t heard from in months, and she busted out the "we." As in, "We’re great. He’s off to London tomorrow, so I’m trying to plan my weekend." I was like, "We? He?" It’s a little annoying when acquaintances bust out the "we" without first mentioning or naming the boyfriend.
You've been friends all for a long time. You tell each other everything, even who you're dating and how it's going. Then suddenly it happnens. The change when suddenly this comfortable, easy-going friendship takes on a new form and becomes a burgeoning romantic relationship. Here are four signs that you and your guy friend are turning into a romantic item.
After not speaking to one another for over twenty years, Farrah Fawcett and ex-husband Lee Majors were able to reconcile before her death. According to Us Weekly, Lee and Farrah had been in contact through friends once Lee found out Farrah was diagnosed with cancer in 2006.
I'm getting married in a little over two months, and though this is a happy, exciting time in my life, there's a bittersweetness. It started when I moved to New York a year and a half ago to be with my boyfriend. Up until then, our relationship had been long-distance; he was in Manhattan, and I was in Chicago. Through daily phone calls and frequent trips back and forth, we fell in love while still maintaining solo lives in our respective cities. It was a unique experience to be in a fully committed relationship, but continue living the same single-girl life I'd known since my last serious relationship (minus all the unsuccessful dating, of course).