We live in a world where everything is about speeding things up and that includes love and relationships. Finding someone special can be at a touch of a button, just like ordering your take away for the evening.
When both partners in a relationship work, it can be difficult to balance love with career. Modern romance often means no one is home to make dinner, and quality time can be hard to find. Here are 10 ways to still find success as a couple while pursuing a career.
When I was 15 years old, I wrote a list of things I would not do in life. I was internally spiritually endowed that I wanted to be so close to perfect for God that my list never came true. I wrote on my list: 1. Stay a virgin until marriage (that sure didn't happen). 2. Don't drink or smoke (I drink but don't smoke but have tried it). and last but not least 3. Get married, have kid(s) in wedlock and don't get divorced (look where I am now). I'm writing a story about being a divorcee and a single mom.
Lately, I keep hearing something from the left: love is love. I actually agree in their sentiment; I could care less about homosexuality, bisexuality or any of it. I want people to find happiness, and if a man finds happiness in a man, or a woman finds happiness in a woman, it's no skin off my nose. Yes, I'm fairly centrist when it comes to homosexuality. I could care less who people marry, as long as they are marrying the person who makes them happy.
I recently stumbled upon a video on YouTube called 'The Last' by Wong Fu Productions. It's a must watch!
I am an empath and people are interesting to me. I love to people watch and analyze their mannerisms. I’ve seen some pretty appalling things over the years and I’ve seen this behavior from good people. We are human, so we make mistakes.