How to Deal With It When One Partner Wants to Have Deep Conversations Before Bed & the Other Really Doesn’t
Hi Page, I really liked your article “I Wish I Didn’t Feel Like Having Deep Conversations Right Before Bed.” It was relevant to me because
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It’s funny. People often have really strong opinions about what you’re supposed to do in social situations. And for the most part, I find that there’s typically
“You’re Just Jealous”: When Being Open About Your Insecurities Causes Partners to Assume You’re Concern Trolling
It’s been an awfully long time since I’ve had it said to me, but I can still remember the first time I had a partner
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“You’re feeding the troll. You need to stop replying to him.” “Well, I don’t. Unless he says something wrong.” “You see what you did there?
We meet up to have coffee after a difficult evening. It was our first fight as friends. Looking back at it with a cooler head