I hate moving. It’s all the packing and unpacking that makes me neurotic. Everything else about moving is usually exciting. New home, new city, new surroundings. Lots to explore and learn when you move out of your comfort zone. Advertisements
“Oh you’re getting married,” said a random stranger I was chatting up in the elevator one day, “good luck, I’m divorced. I’m sure yours will be much better,” he said sarcastically. And off he rushed to a meeting, leaving me to choke in his bitter dust.
Expectations, etiquette and other things no one tells you about, but you learn the hard way after getting engaged.
Why does it seem like so many women are unhappy with being single? In return, I answered: Why does it seem like so many men are happy being single?
What most happy new couples hate to admit is that while our waist lines get fuller, with love and joy of course, other parts of our lives suffer. Like our single behaviors and our friends. Remember them???
One of the biggest “regrets” I had when I was in my previous relationship was that I might get married without ever experiencing what it was like to live on my own. I always thought that I would eventually have my own place without roommates, just me in a one bedroom fabulous loft downtown. Living that cosmopolitan life I cherish. Two…