Love and Sex The Space Between Us: Finding the Beauty & the Balance in a Long-Distance Marriage
As my husband and I sleep in separate beds, miles apart, thrust into our own individual struggles, loneliness overpowers us. Phone calls and Skype can only achieve so much. We’ve been wrung out of patience, yes, but this has been our most courageous effort as a couple.Add to list
Love and Sex Diets, Differences, and Dates: Can a Couple that doesn’t Eat Together, Stay Together?
Having a partner who shares your enthusiasm — in sickness, health, and food — is a big part of the appeal of being in a relationship. But the question of what to eat together is to couples what purgatory is to lost souls.Add to list
Love and Sex What’s Stopping Millennials from Dating Someone with the Same Cultural Upbringing?
Three months ago, I met and spent time getting to know someone who spoke the same mother tongue as me. At first, it felt like discovering a whole new part of myself. But soon, the sameness started feeling suffocating. I felt like I knew him too well, too soon, and that his red flags could never have the luxury of just being flags.Add to list
Love and Sex Do You Check Your Ex’s Instagram? How to Get Over a Lover with No Social Media Presence
Break-ups have gotten suckier with time, especially with social media thrown into the godless mix, with all the exes lurking in weird corners of the internet. But let me tell you what’s infinitely worse. Having an ex who has no social media footprint. That’s a different kind of hell.Add to list
Love and Sex Love Hurts: Is Millennial Commitment Phobia a Lifestyle Choice or Defense Mechanism?
Millennials' fear of commitment is like the exhaustion that sets in by the time you give your third KT exam in a subject that you’re just beginning to think isn’t one in which you will ever excel. We're tired of trying, failing, trying again, and failing again.Add to list