I'm pretty sure my last live-in relationship would still be intact if we'd just had separate bathrooms. After five years, though, little differences in our preferences and routines started seriously getting to us: We worked opposite hours, and he liked to shake off stress by going out among other humans, while I liked to retreat to our cocoonlike bedroom and binge Netflix as if Kimmy Schmidt and I were the last two people on earth. In the end, compromising on what we wanted just to share space made us feel like we'd stopped growing as individuals. Once we broke up, I wondered if I'd ever reconcile my need for serious alone time with the fact that being with someone means, like, being with them.
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Next to my desk there is a fallen pile of relationship-advice books. It looks like a miniature city of ruins, a very pink Parthenon. I can't even begin to fathom picking up all the rubble -- mostly because I'm not sure if there's anything worth saving in there. It's a shame. The sheer volume tells you just how much demand there is for advice on sustaining relationships. Ahead of my approaching nuptials I've been wondering about our collective wisdom on marriage and how to find advice that escapes the usual traps of cliche, triviality and overgeneralization.
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If there is one thing we all know for sure, it's that old people are insanely adorable and wise. They've been through so many things and have so many lessons to teach us. So who better to take relationship advice from than our parents and grandparents? For most of us, those relationships are the longest-lasting marriages we've ever seen!
We all know that "perfect" couple with the fun-loving Facebook wall and gorgeous Instagram feed. We also know how unhelpful they can be on those tough days when we feel like our relationships are on the rocks. They look so happy, so carefree—what am I doing wrong? But those aren't the couples that we should be looking to for advice on marital bliss. The truly happy couples you know are the couples who you like to be around because their ease with one another makes you feel at ease, who can get real about lived relationship struggles while holding hands, who are constantly finding new ways to share their love with others—and who are typically anywhere from 50 to 80 years old.
we would luv to.message us and profile and check us out. kerry is the blonde girl dolled up in the private album. we like to play with other cpls/single girls and take pics. muah! love the photos of u and friends!