Ready to feel empowered, a little self-righteous, and a whole lot better off without him/her? Here we go.
It’s true that you rarely hear about the breakup that just went great, with both parties emerging unscathed and even happy about the outcome. These unicorns of the breakup world are rare, but they do exist.
Over at Esquire, NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has penned a piece called “20 Things I Wish I’d Known When I Was 30.” It’s a clever and charming tome that reveals plenty about the athlete as a person, plus he gives some pretty insightful tips, particularly when it comes to dating.
In the right circumstances, a planned breakup can be the result of a meaningful and honest conversation in which both parties are fully honest with themselves and each other.
FOBU. We’ve defined it, we’ve located it in pop culture, and now we leave it to you: Are you suffering from FOBU? Here are 10 telltale signs:
FOBU doesn’t just afflict the average guy and gal; it also permeates the lives of celebrities. Here are a few couples, past and present that have had, or are still having, a serious case of FOBU.
FOBU is an as-yet-undefined concept plaguing our relationships and screwing massively with our lives. It affects millions of young people, eroding their vitality and happiness. Despite its prevalence, this condition has remained nameless —until now.
$2,268 a year in storage costs could also go towards a romantic vacation for two, a year of subsidized therapy, a grill and enough meat for summer barbeques every Sunday, a lot of tango lessons or two new bikes—all things that could contribute to the growth of a strong relationship.
When comforting friends after a break-up, people reach for platitudes because it’s so hard to figure out what to say.