We all have that one person in our lives that we would do anything for. It may be a spouse, parent, sibling; in my case it’s my best friend.
Throughout our lives, we experience love is different ways. Love for you family, for your friends, and for hobbies and jobs. First crush, first love, first real relationship. There's so many different kinds of love, I don't really think it fair to put one above the others. I don't love my family more than my best friend, my chosen sister, and my rock. I don't love her more than my current boyfriend. All three of those relationships are different and unique in their own way.
Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance: Stage of the Kubler Ross Model for Grief.
Yeah, we don’t celebrate Father’s Day. Fuck it.
If you’ve ever been in a long term relationship, you know how hard it is. How hard it is to keep things balanced, how to work things out once the honeymoon period is over and the monotony of everyday life takes over. Sometimes, those relationships end. While ending a long term relationship is hard, it doesn’t mean that it’s heartbreaking.
I am an administrative assistant and the only one where I work that is under 40.