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[23 Feb 2015 ]

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Written by Renee Taft
Being an extroverted person myself, I sometimes find it hard to deal with my partner’s more laid back personality. I like to go out, meet new people, and visit new places, whereas he’s more of a “let’s stay in and watch a movie and order takeout” kind of guy. Don’t get me wrong- who doesn’t love the idea of cuddling in bed all day and hanging out?
More often than not, though, I find that these clashing personalities not only apply to our social lives, however, but also …

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[16 Feb 2015 ]

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Written by Carly C.
After Jonathan and I had travelled the globe, made the transition halfway around the world, and had fairly settled into an apartment that was roughly the size of our old master bedroom – we may have done the most reckless thing of our relationship: we adopted a puppy.
Don’t get me wrong, we both LOVE dogs. And it had been a goal of ours for some time. So when someone posted on Facebook about a 4-week-old male puppy they’d found on the side of the road, we …

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[9 Feb 2015 ]

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Written by Renee Taft
My best friend and her boyfriend were literally all over my Facebook newsfeed when they started dating. It started out cute, but slowly turned to nauseating as endless albums of Photobooth pictures, mushy Facebook posts, and vomit-inducing Facebook statuses for every week’s anniversary began to make my feed look like some corny Valentine’s Day movie. Eventually, as these posts dwindled, so did the strength of their relationship.
There are many couples who find it important to share their love for each other on Facebook. I’m not one …

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[12 Jan 2015 ]

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Written by Carly C.
The day before I got married, a few of my girlfriends got together to throw me a small “last hurrah” luncheon. We got dressed up, ate egg salad and tuna fish, gobbled down a fair share of bread and sushi, and I listened while my friends offered well-wishes and advice for the new adventure on which I was about to embark.
My mom and sister were both in attendance, watching from the sidelines for a little while as my twenty and thirty something friends were giving me …

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[11 Aug 2014 ]

Written by Carly C

(Courtesy eonline.com)
I think that growing up, I had a lot of misconceived notions about what being “in love” meant. That it meant flowers, and roses, and rose petals; being serenaded by a three-piece band at an Italian restaurant. That big, romantic gestures were the way to prove the quality of a relationship between two people “in love,” and that small gestures were just a “given.”
 
The beginning of my relationship with Jonathan, he was great at making sweeping romantic gestures. I felt like a sixteen-year-old princess: the most …

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