We turn to Christmas songs right after Halloween. You have probably seen dozen of memes depicting listening to Mariah Carey’s All I Want for Christmas is You from the 1st of November, and this indeed is the most popular Xmas song nowadays. But, let’s be honest – are there a lot of people that we want by our side for Christmas? Probably just one, so we either have that person that we want, or listening to the same song for the millionth time just won’t do it.
One of the key aspects that maintain the wellbeing of a couple’s relationship is a healthy sex life. One cannot undermine its importance as intimacy is the cornerstone of love between partners. The compatibility between the couple can take a hit when there are complaints in their sexual life. This lack of intimacy, if not addressed early, can jeopardize the whole relationship.
Mourning the loss of a relationship is hard and it’s also necessary. It’s okay to be sad and really feel the loss of your partner when a breakup happens. I’m not saying that for you; I’m saying that for me.Letting people go hasn’t been the hardest thing for me to do. It hasn’t. I can stop talking to someone and leave them be. It doesn’t stop me from snooping on them from time to time, however.
They say love is one of the most complicated things in life that no one can decipher. Well, I think I can – love is just addition, nothing more. A chemical reaction in the brain that sends you impulses and makes you crave more. You know that feeling of wanting another piece of cake even though you know you’ve had enough?
It’s quite demanding to stay healthy today with so many commitments and constantly rushing from one thing to the next thing. But, there are ways to change your life for the better and adopt habits that are beneficial to you both.
She’s dripping with Gucci and you can’t do without Armani. Then you share similar lifestyles and the similar incomes to sustain them. You could also both be college students feasting on cup ramen and hanging out with the roommates. Similar economic backgrounds, similar life goals make relationships develop more fluidly. There’s more shared mutual understanding and mutual expectations of what’s considered ‘acceptable’ or ‘frivolous’ spending.