HOW WILL YOU EVER KNOW?
It’s lovely and strange how a song can cast light on memories of people you haven’t thought about in years, can press urgently on that soft sad spot we carry for our past.
“It isn’t until the summer, when the frost melts and the icee man comes calling and the pool is open and the yard (however ridden with stubborn weeds) starts to incubate natural life, that you realize the source of your woes isn’t dependent on the weather. It’s you. “
More links than you can swallow with a milkshake.
You are in love with someone who wants different things. What do you do?
Sometimes we love people who don’t share our same value systems or knowledge sets. It doesn’t mean we shouldn’t love them, but it can mean we need to work hard to make sure we aren’t compromising our own values just to placate them.
Brittany and Sally got married on the Grammy’s last year and now they are headed into the sex box.
“When my boyfriend came out to me as trans, he was worried what that would mean for me and us. It’s a few months later and I should be really happy for him. And I am! But I’m starting to feel kind of lost and scared and I don’t know if it has to do with the fact, that he is, of course, changing.”
The best part is always the journey.
You want to wow your wife on Valentine’s Day with a special date. You’ve got $200. Let’s do this!
The final week! Time to put all the pieces together.
If you’re just starting now, welcome! It isn’t too late to catch up!
Money makes the world go ’round and also you need it to pay for things because capitalism. So let’s talk about relationship finances after moving in together.
Because sometimes the revolution is in your pants.
It was so easy to stay in touch until it wasn’t: Until my resentment exceeded my love for her, until her fear exceeded her hope. But the world we made lingers.
“She told me she’d been raped… She’s feeling embarrassed and ashamed and I don’t know what I’m supposed to do… and everything seems a mess.”
How the media writes women of color, Thanksgiving things to read, lists of women and songs, Brittani Nichols, divorce, cultural appropriation in the birthing community, the importance of educating and also scaring children, milk crates, sea stars, unicorns, Stef possums, and a cover of “America” that legit made me cry this morning.
This is not as rewarding as that “spice up your marriage” advice columnist promised it would be.
“Forget all your ideas about what the person across the table from you might want until they tell you so you can actually listen when they do.”
8. How is it possible that one person can leave so many half-empty glasses of water around the house in a matter of hours? How is this a thing?!