3 L's and a S. Read and find out what they mean and that you should never give up on anything
Yes, there is no guide to life, and things sometimes may not go the way you plan. Wait, let me correct myself, things NEVER go the way you plan them! Thats life, and we have to deal with that for 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year, and 365 days a year until the day we die.
Get used to acting silly. It can actually rescue your relationship!
Tired of having the same old fight with your partner? Do you want to call a truce in your marriage? YourTango expert and marriage educator, Sherry Amatenstein, suggests bringing a little humor into your next argument.
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One of the places that can benefit most from remembering the fun is the bedroom.
“Laughter is the shortest distance between two people.” ~Victor Borge
I forgot that I’m supposed to be having fun; I even forgot that I wanted to have fun. My anxiety levels matched to the first few pages of the daily news. Life was all seriousness and problem solving and I had forgotten how much fun there was to be had. It is easy to get blindsided by the day’s business, the details of caring for those we love and the onslaught of ever mounting cultural despair.
Most of my blogs are directed at women who are in a relationship and are trying to make it better. For a change of pace, I thought I’d address those women who are looking for a new relationship. How can you avoid the mistakes of past relationships? How can you maintain your sense of yourself within a new relationship? What do men really want in a partner, anyways? It’s a lot to cover in one blog, but I’ll give you the big picture answers.
In the first episode of Entourage this season, Turtle is utterly confused by the premise of Knocked Up. Implicitly, we're told a sense of humor and, ultimately, a heart-of-gold do the trick but lots of inquiring minds find this to be a specious premise. Is this reasonable? Is a sense of humor really the end-all be-all for most women?
Besides a lucky few who've never suffered a breakup, most of us know the boiling anger/sadness/frustration that boils up during and after a breakup. Out of this emotional volcano spews a molten mess of post-breakup correspondence most of us would rather forget we ever wrote.
Thanks to two former New York City roommates, our attempts to clarify, expand upon or close the book after a split can now be forever recorded on their blog, Just Been Dumped. The founders go by Jules and Mer, and ask to remain anonymous to protect the identities of the friends and strangers who have submitted the material for public consumption. Whether recently dumped or not, the e-mails (and IM conversations) on the four-month old site are a voyeuristic and potentially cathartic treat.