Jean Gerber You don’t want to settle down. You find comfort in not being comfortable with someone. There is no “you complete me.” You already feel fulfilled and finished and done.
Dustin Adams 1. The color you wear most often. Color psychology is something that businesses use to appeal to customers, therapists use to create a certain feeling in their offices, and something you’re probably using without even realizing it.
“Everything will be okay in the end. If it’s not okay, it’s not the end.” I’ve heard the above idiom a handful of times.
kimasch3 1. “It was about to be my first ‘single on Valentine’s Day’ in a really long time, and I was not stoked about it.
unsplash.com/Verne Ho 1. It makes you realize who’s really there for you. It’s easy to be there for someone when the sun is shining and the sailing’s smooth.
iStockPhoto.com / Ondine32 Back stiffened by intrigue and fright, 24-year-old Maggie glances from computer to bedroom door.
istockphoto.com / AleksandarNakic 1. It’s never forced. Only been in love once. Real love takes a while to get started and you have to know the person as a friend first.
TheCoffey In my first year of graduate school, my Intercultural Communications professor told a story about traditional coupling practices that historically took place in some Native American cultures.
1. Taking It Back why not? 😇 top @omweekend A photo posted by @baddiewinkle on Feb 7, 2016 at 3:15pm PST 2.
iStockPhoto.com / teksomolika 1. What’s your philosophy in life? 2. What’s the one thing you would like to change about yourself?
sokobanz You know the ones. They are the boys who catch your eye in hazy dive bars as the clock winds down to close, the girls whose laughter asks a question that your body wants to answer.
500 Days of Summer Take a sip IF/ WHEN: 1. The lead female character is a hard-core career woman with no time for nonsense (or love!
Savannah van der Niet Sometimes I wish I could not be as strong as I am. Sometimes I wish I could just break completely open and let out everything I’ve held so close to my heart.
istockphoto.com / pixdeluxe As my 20s are coming to a screeching halt, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about the past decade of my life.
istockphoto.com / furtaev 1. Finding a heads-up penny on the sidewalk. 2. Exchanging a smile with a stranger.
30 Rock 1. You always want to go for a run, but never as much as you want to make rice krispy treats and rewatch The Bachelor.
istockphoto.com / Everste 1. You appreciate consistency. You don’t have the tolerance to deal with flakey behavior anymore.
iStockPhoto.com / Eva Katalin Kondoros 1. Send him a PG text that’s just suggestive enough. A carefully crafted PG text can be way more powerful than a nude photo or a naughty voice note whispered in your best sultry “Adele.” You don’t have to use blatantly dirty language to get him thinking about you and wanting more.
In American history, a handful of notorious killers have left their mark due to their atrocious, unforgettable crimes.
People do crazy stuff when they’re in love. They Facebook stalk to the point of finding prom photos, they pull a Lloyd Dobler and blast music from boom boxes outside of windows, they even get really regrettable tattoos of names and faces and singlehandedly keep laser removal in business.