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One Of The Worst Things You Can Say (or Facebook or Tweet or Instagram) In Front Of Your Children.

In the past month I have watched two lovely female friends post photos on social media with their (relatively new) partners. Both of these lovely women referred to their (relatively new) partners as “the love of my life.” Nice, eh? … Continue reading

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Great Expectations … and Why We Should Abandon Them.

I recently engaged in a dialogue with a friend about keeping score. She was telling me how her mother used to keep score all the time. About social engagements. As in “We invited them so now it’s their turn to … Continue reading

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Are You Taking Care Of Your Single Friends?

When I was in my 20s I was sort of single. What I mean is I was sort of in a relationship but I still sort of acted single. Hey now, don’t judge me. I was in my 20s. In … Continue reading

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What Will YOU do this Friday (Valentine’s Day, in case you’re not paying attention)?

Well, here we are, another February and only three more sleeps until Valentine’s. Everybody’s favorite day of love.  Roses and diamonds and chocolates and fancy dinners and cards that, no matter how long and hard you search, never seem to … Continue reading

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Don’t go changing … or maybe do?

Change: to make the form, nature, content, future course, etc., of (something) different from what it is or from what it would be if left alone. There you have it.  The dictionary.com definition of the word change. I kinda like it, … Continue reading

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When exactly does love end?

It’s been exactly two weeks and four days since we broke up.  No, I’m not counting hours and minutes too.  I actually had to stop and access my fingers to come with these numbers.  Because also no, I am not … Continue reading

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Which way ya going, Vickie …

“Don’t look back. You’re not going that way.” I love this quote.  Simple and succinct. And yet, man oh man, do we ever spend a lot of time looking back.  Especially when we are recently single. Why? Why do we … Continue reading

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