Same way that attorneys never tell anyone to go to law school.
Oh, we think it. We just don’t say it to your face. ;)
I think this is because of a few reasons. 1. Too many people get married for the wrong reasons and therefore end up unhappy. 2. Even people that get married for the right reasons fall prey to our society’s ideas of what is supposed to happen to them after they marry. (ex: stop having sex, hide things from each other, be unhappy, never see your friends again, blah blah blah). I must admit, those things all kept me fearful of marriage for years. Once I met someone who brought it to my attention that those things don’t HAVE to apply to your marriage unless you let them, I felt different.
I would tell others to get married, and I was anti-marriage until I was 33. But, there are many many things that should be thought out and addressed before you do it.
Me too, but read it all the way through. At the end there is an update clarifying that the SERIES is not continuing, it will only be one book done for charity. Still cool, but with a new creative team and no continuing story line, my excitement was kinda deflated.
Anaïs Nin (via lastdreamofjesus)
Ugh, painfully true.
thetrish replied to your photo: Cracks in the surface. This season should be…
Did you watch Six Feet Under? It was so confusing seeing Dexter in the funeral home. My mind kept going “DavidDexterDavidDexterAGH”
I did not! I think I caught bits and pieces of an episode, but I had no idea what was going on and just never got around to seeing the entire show. I’ve heard great things about it, so maybe I should add it to my Netflix.