James Michael Sama on why your relationship will never survive if you’re not also the best of friends.
They still love each other but are headed down different paths. They’re making a hard decision for a greater purpose. Have you ever broken up even though you were still in love?
What separates a good friend from a great one? Aditya Singhal shows us.
“Coward” is just a long four letter word, but when it’s true, and said with love, it can actually give you courage.
Mike Berry admits he wasn’t even deeply in love with his wife when they tied the knot. But things have changed since then.
Being shifted from one place to another, I never had the luxury of having the same set of friends all through my little journey of passion-crazy life. The consequences had their negatives and positives.
It may be time to get real about what you want from life and what’s been holding you back.
Lovers are much easier to come by, of course… Best friends, on the other hand… they’re called “best” friends for a reason. They’re incredibly difficult to, if not impossible, to replace.
Do you say things to your best friend that you wouldn’t dream of saying to someone else?
You would think that best friends would make the perfect couple. But that’s not always the case.
After the overwhelming response to his story about falling in love with his best friend, Mike Iamele wrote down some of the things he’s learned about love.
It didn’t matter if it didn’t fit my identity. It didn’t matter if it didn’t fit my sexuality. It just mattered if it brought me love.
Shared inside jokes? Identical hobbies? Love of the same breakfast cereal? The lady of your life may happen to be your best friend, too.
Richard Boehmcke hasn’t been a Best Man, or even a groomsman. He wants to know why it matters to him, and if other men worry about this, too.
Who says a wedding toast has to be sweet and sappy? Not this guy.
Focus on the FEELINGS you want to create in her…your thoughts, words and actions will follow authentically.
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