Liars In Love

A lie. Noun. A false statement made with deliberate intent to deceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood. Love. Noun. Strong affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties. Two words connotatively miles apart. Yet, all too often, go

Love Is…

Growing up, I had often wondered what the hell love even was and, like everyone else, I had been led down a path that I thought was love only to find that I had been terribly mistaken. It didn’t help that I didn’t have any examples of lasting,


My Cynical Soul-Mate

It has never been my opinion that a soul mate is a singular person our hearts search for our whole lives; that when we meet, we know instantly we are meant to be together, the planets align and we are destined to live in happiness with one another

Letter to My Next Boyfriend

Dear New Boyfriend, Among all of the things, for which I am grateful to you, I’d first like to thank you for, consistently, placing the toilet seat back to its proper position; down. Thank you for turning off the light, as you leave a room and

Best Friend VS Significant Other

Almost everyone is guilty of dumping their friends during that new relationship period. Once the dates have gone well and you have stalked multiple law enforcement websites to make sure you aren’t dating a sex offender (maybe that’s just me) and

How To Get the Love You Deserve

Some say love can be a losing game but it doesn’t have to be that way as long as you know what it takes to get the kind of love you want. In order to do that, you must avoid the pitfalls that can come with dating. This is not as difficult as it


Self-esteem: Get Some Today

Ever notice that it appears most people make excuses for the “winners” they’re dating. There even is a chance you may know someone who has said to their father “He’s a really good guy daddy, you just don’t know him. Sure he’s been

Make Your Love Last 70 Years

A recent love story has been floating around the internet, pulling at heartstrings all over the world. It is the story of Kenneth and Helen Felumlee, an Ohio couple, who were married for 70 years and died only twelve hours apart. A photo of them,