Young Love Isn’t A Lesser Love

Young love always left a bad taste in my mouth. My parents had me at 18 and 19 and separated a few months after, so I can’t remember when my mom and dad lived under one roof. For awhile I was very resentful about this, and my “takeaway” lesson therefore was to find the perfect Prince and never let him go. When I attended elementary school, my best friend’s mom … Continue reading Young Love Isn’t A Lesser Love

Relationship Lesson: Confessions of a Clean Freak

Writing this post, I know immediately my mom is going to scoff at the title. I was a slob as a child and even now during the school year my room gets messy and the dishes stack up. When it comes to summer vacation though, I have the time to relax and tidy up each day, so I do. I even find it somewhat therapeutic. The past … Continue reading Relationship Lesson: Confessions of a Clean Freak

Relationship Lesson for the Books

Having a high school sweetheart is one of those perfect-case, but rarely-does-it-happen scenarios because come high school you either realize all the boys are ugly, you decide you’re an independent woman who doesn’t need a man (totally me – wanted to go to Harvard Law) or you notice most lasting high school couples are miserable, baby-breeding machines. So believe me when I say I never thought I’d … Continue reading Relationship Lesson for the Books