Relationships involve a lot of patience, sacrifice, and white lies. Not just with each other, but everyone around you! I’ve been dating my boyfriend for three years, and each year I add more lies onto the pile of deceit. I’ve found myself living some of these lies — about how we met and where we live — so openly that I get lost in the story and have to remind myself of the truth.
Read the nine lies I’ve told since I started dating and admit that you, too, have been lying your face off. More
There comes a point in every girl’s relationship when her boyfriend says those three little words she wasn’t quite expecting to hear: “I’m going camping.” Even if your man has never set foot in the sticks, there will be something that urges him to take a long weekend with his guy friends and head to the country with a pair of boots and a trunk full of camping equipment. Don’t take it personally. Men need their mountain time — their own space to be alone with their thoughts, eat shitloads of burnt veggie burgers, and get filthy. Consider this a blessing in bug spray-soaked disguise.
You’ll have alone time at last, and that’s a great thing for your relationship. More
Today, editors Jennifer Wright and Ashley Cardiff are debating the age old question of cohabitation: should you live with your significant other? …Obviously we don’t mean because we are delicate flowers and don’t want to encourage unclean sexual urges; more like because sometimes you want to stay up all night, drinking in bed, watching TV, eating takeout. Sometimes you want to be a scumbag. But does a significant other hinder that?
Read the discussion and then let us know: Is it better to live alone? Or better to
save on rent live in love?
So, you’ve made it through the first few months/ten years of your relationship and you’re considering shacking up with your partner, whom you love and cherish. Mazel tov! More
There’s a well-known Rolling Stones lyric that should be rewritten for couples: “You can’t always get what you want, but if you try sometimes, you just might find you can compromise enough so that you both end up somewhat happy with the situation.” More
Living together during a relationship has it’s pros and cons. Some say that neither party will purchase a bovine whose milk they can drink without paying for it in advance. Others say there’s no other way to know whether said bovine is the bovine for you without first testing the waters.
Well, I’m here to tell you that living together certainly is a great way to take the next step with a cow that you’ve known for a while, and also a person that you’re dating. Here are five things that you can’t learn about someone unless you live with them: More
Last week, College Candy published a list outlining the ten reasons it sucks to live with your boyfriend. It seems that Melanie, the Northeastern student who penned the article, recently moved her boyfriend in to share a two-bedroom apartment with her and her roommate. But it’s not all giggles and post-pubescent sex. More
A lot of people — myself included — have agonized over whether or not to move in with a partner. There are even some compelling scientific studies about how it might affect your likelihood of getting and staying married. But … More