Eun-Gyung, a 29 year old female who never had a single relationship in her life, meets Cupid, the greatest player and a womanizer who ends up being exiled from the world of gods. Out of goodness of Eunkyung's heart, Cupid stays at her house and even with endless quarrel, they both help each other find the true meaning of love.
Schools everywhere use books to teach students all kinds of subjects. Ruby, the 70-year-old grandmother in the novel by Jan Stites, Reading the Sweet Oak, starts a romance book club to try an teach her granddaughter, Tulsa, about love. Stites spoke to me about the Ozarks, making a great book club, and lessons we can learn about love.
I hear guys say this kind of stuff in counseling a lot, and yeah, okay, I empathize that they feel that way. I know it would suck to want to be romantic and have no outlet. But here is the other side of that coin, from what I have seen; all or none of these may apply, but it's my hunch that at least one is the case....
I know it's hard to hear this, but I'll say it anyway: The world does not owe you love, affection, intimacy, or a perfect partner. This is Earth, not a fine dining establishment, and you cannot just order up a dish and then be all bent out of shape when it doesn't just show up as you sit there, starving. We're all brown bagging it.