I don’t know about you, but I love rereading books! One of the marks of a really great book, for me, is that I can read it over and over again and enjoy it just as much (or more!) every time I finish.
A Year in the Life highlights all of the character issues with the original show, then multiplies them by two!
This is not solely a male phenomenon, but it is definitely accepted as a cultural truth that men are simpler and women are more complex, and therefore there is an inherent communication divide that can never be bridged.
Sometimes a movie or show will hit hard with truths and give a concise picture of a reality you felt in the back of your mind but couldn’t quite place a finger on.
I guess Rory’s continual bad relationships aren’t that surprising, considering she had her disaster of a mother to learn from.
“Am I a terrible person?” – Rory Gilmore
My husband and I just recently finished watching The Office from start to finish for the first time, and we really enjoyed it. I especially liked Jim and Pam’s relationship, because it just felt so genuine.
Sometimes, you just need someone to grab you and say “Don’t give up! Even if you fail, you’ll come back stronger!”
In my life, I’ve found good communication does not thrive with rules such as setting up the “perfect” environment, or never speaking of negative things. Trying to have a relationship where you can never vent or discuss your negative feelings is one in which you cannot be genuine and will only lead to anger and dissatisfaction in the end.
Life Help For Millennials: An Advisory Poem Hey you, yes you young'n You millennial I've got some advice For your wretched young soul I’m older and wiser And better than you That’s right, I’ve a word To give you a clue You must travel the world Take in...