Well, I'm eating a big slice of humble pie because I have often thought that if you're a you're a hopeless romantic, or had unrealistic, fairytale expectations of love, that you were going to set yourself up for disaster when …
But what makes things even more complicated is that sometimes we're holding onto our past and letting it control our romantic life without even realizing it.
Still, it can be interesting to get some insight into what makes other couples happy, especially over the long term.
You know the old joke, "What does a lesbian bring on the second date?". While most of me wants to scream "WHATEVER THE EFF SHE WANTS! CANDY OR MAYBE YOGURT? I DON'T KNOW SHE'S NOT A STEREOTYPE YOU REDUCTIVE JERK," …
As both people in a relationship change and evolve, they don’t always evolve together—and that can be a very difficult process to accept.
With high divorce rates and the popularity of extramarital affair sites, it may come as no surprise that some people may regret who they married these days.
As I've gotten older I've realized that your first love is your first love — no matter what age you have it at.
There are a whole lot of people who had a very different first relationship — people who are still with their first love, after all these years.
But, no matter how much you love each other, lean on each other, and know each other, maintaining your sense of independence is crucial.
The truth is, there's no fool-proof way to keep the love alive, but understanding how our brains play a role can help you protect yourself, and your relationship, from the erosion of time.