Breaking up via text isn't just bad form; it can turn into a truly surreal experience.
Ending an amorous relationship with an often clichéd strin...
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He wrote my first name on a napkin, slipped it in his pocket, and asked me to meet him, same time, same place, four days later. I did. He did. No texts, alerts or mobile carriers required.
Online romances were happening long before OKCupid and "catfishing" became everyday terms.
Ella Cheever Thayer's 1880 novel, "Wired Love," tells t...
It's okay to have your crush of two years not even know your name. It's okay to get into fights with your parents and break their rules. But, we're never really told that it's okay to let go of our best friend.
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