While it may have come out 75 years ago, it’s still completely relevant for one reason: human needs (unlike our means of communication) have stayed exactly the same.
Some of the rules are rational, but difficult for those of us who relish the irrational after a breakup. Others might seem outside the box.
“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.
When comforting friends after a break-up, people reach for platitudes because it’s so hard to figure out what to say.
If you don’t want to be a home-wrecker, then don’t be one. Et voila!
The guy even looked up my friend’s hairdresser on Facebook and sent a detailed email about how to cut my friend’s hair. Without her permission. My friend thought this was adorable. I did not.
Is this potential love interest worth potentially losing a friend over?
Maybe we are so blind to the butterflies that flutter in our stomachs when our buddy-pal is around, that we dodn’t realize that friendship is detrimental.
Meet Ian, “my chess opponent.”