There’s an impossibly fine line between “those little things that don’t matter so it’s better off not to mention them” and “those pretty significant things that really need to be addressed before they blow up later.”
“Look, I know this is gonna sound weird, but I love you guys!” That’s the closest my friends and I get to expressing in words how much we mean to each other.
The next time you’re out with a couple, ask them about another couple in your social circle. What you’re almost certain to hear is a carefully considered, surprisingly nuanced joint theory on why the couple in question is totally right/horribly wrong for each other.
We can’t necessarily guarantee that the following dates will lead to sex, but they are more likely to put you in the mood.
Love isn’t rational, and my guess is that most successful couples secretly believe they were fated to be together. That’s why the stories they tell about how they met often sound like something out of a Nora Ephron script.
Little things can mean a lot when it comes to upping your satisfaction with your partner.
Esther Perel has made a career out of figuring out the secret to good sex with a longterm partner.
Find all the booze in the house, line it up on your countertop, and visit CocktailBuilder.com.
Whether or not to say yes when someone asks you to marry them–or, once you do say yes, whether or not to make good on your promise–keeps many an anxious bride (or groom) up at night.