For those of you well beyond your carefree days of college, think back to the romantic relationships you had in your late teens and early 20s. Were they mature and significant in nature or more fickle and superficial?
We have a reader this week who has befriended a classmate over the last several months and finds herself falling for him. We can all relate to this whether it’s a colleague, classmate or friend. From her perspective he’s putting out positive vibes but is also sending her mixed messages.
Almost one week of doggy boot camp down and my world hasn’t been the same!
I have never perused online profiles, but a few weeks ago I did for the first time. Being single, I figured it was a good place to begin since I am looking for a companion.
Take a close look at your intentions before jumping in to a relationship.
This week a LRB reader asks, “Why is it that people sometimes love those who are not right for them?”
Spring is in the air, and so it talk of some great date spots. Readers chime in.
Six date nights that your wallet will thank you for. Your week in dates.
Coming home to a pet after a long day at the office is an immediate mood booster; pets can decrease the likelihood of depression and lower your blood pressure by calming you down. Dogs are also instant conversation starters, and act as smooth wingmen, potentially landing you a date.
Can we learn a little something about love and loss from animals?