All in Millennial Relationships
In 2014, I swore myself off dating. I needed a reality check. I needed less drama and more calmness. I was a fascinating mess of a girl and I had no idea what I was doing, let alone where I was going.
It's easy to write down everything that's bothering you and then leave it alone.
It can be hard to guess whether what you feel is love or just infatuation. Confessedly, there are a lot of similarities between the two.
Thanks to technology, there are many ways and outlets humans can communicate with each other. Whether it be through film, book, Facebook status, Snapchat story, text, or face-to-face contact. So why is it occasionally a struggle to bring— and keep— this in a relationship?
It’s amazing to dig deep and truly witness how our different tastes shape us. Recently, I posed a question to thirteen of my peers from across the globe: "What do you look for in a significant other?"
Unless that person has no idea where you live or work and you can successfully block them on every social media platform, breaking up can be messy and dramatic.
One of the most defining moments of a new relationship is when you meet the parents. It’s certainly not like it was in high school.