Posts Tagged ‘relationships’

I’ve been making shit “life decisions” since around the time I graduated from college. It wasn’t that many years ago, but it feels like ages. Law school. Yes. NO! Move back to my native town instead of trying harder to make things right so I don’t have to. NO NO NO! That one really fucked […]


Deepak Chopra replies: Relationship Is a Daily Rescue Although the differences between men and women have been much emphasized, there’s one thing that both sexes must do in a relationship: rescue love. Relationships are happy where love is nurtured. They begin to fray around the edges when love is compromised, and they end when love is gone. […]


it took me weeks to get back to her. apparently, we had a [massive] misunderstanding last time we got together. she was there with a bunch of people while the plan was to play basketball, just us. who were they? why wasn’t she greeting me? why was i being ignored? why was i, after 5 […]


i just watched Control. it was awful, by which i mean awfully depressing as it showcases ian curtis’s tormented psyche. i don’t know if i can listen to Joy Division anymore.  it was one of my favorite bands. and now listening to it feels like somewhat mocking Ian Curtis’s unbearable pain.he could barely even perform […]


blog recs

30Jan09

these blogs are entertaining, enlightening, informative, and witty. yay for blogs! Penelope Trunk –  she is hilarious, candid, clever, wise, and genuine. truly. Waiter Rant –  funny! a waiter in nyc tells you how it is Pro Blogger – info and tips for hardcore, dedicated bloggers (which i will be once i set up a […]


(Read about this concept.) Being grateful for things every day reminds us that life is wonderful, to appreciate it and everything in it–you, your friends, family, nature, etc.–and thereby be more content, no matter what your situation in life may be. I mean, unless you’re a raped refugee in Congo or a prisoner being tortured […]


About Sam

21Jul08

Sam and Andy spent a lot of time together, mostly lying around entangled in each other’s limbs. They shared comfortable, touchable silences and engaged in occasional debates revolving around culture and discrimination (the subjective clashed with the “objective”), watched movies (one loved horror, the other fantasy) and cooked together (chicken versus Mexican food). Andy was […]