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Love Is A Useless Word. Here Are 3 Alternatives That Make More Sense
It's time to up your vocabulary.
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Here's What Your Hairstyle May Say About Your Personality
Behold, the "dictionary of hair."
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Sorry, But You Can't 'Just Be Friends With An Ex.' Here's Why.
You're going to break your heart over and over again.
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When You're A Good Friend To Others But A Terrible One To Yourself
It's time to start taking your own advice.
Love And Compatibility Are Not The Same Thing
Writer, editor, author.
You must be in love with your life partner, but you also must be in like.
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A Convincing Argument For Why Flirts Are The Best Kind Of People
Slow clap for all our flirty friends.
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If You Don't Want To Marry, Here Are 7 Alternatives
Not the marrying type? No problem.
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Sorry, But All Your Favorite Love Stories Are Ruining Your Love Life
So much for “happily ever after."
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Why This Author Thinks ‘The Bachelor’ Is Ruining Your Relationships
It may be necessary to change our unreal view of love.
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How To Get Over Rejection (And Your Ex) In 3 Minutes
Sensible, heartening advice.
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The School of Life: An Interview With Alain de Botton
Bestselling author and teacher. www.markmatousek.com
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How To Decide If You Should Break Up, In Five Minutes
This is surprisingly helpful.
Where to Philosophize in New York City
PhD, philosopher, and author of 'Existentialism and Romantic L...
New York City moves fast and aspirations soar higher than skyscrapers. The philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre described it as a place for people who can focus to infinity and whenever he stopped walking quickly, he felt anxious.
The Deepest Truth About Love: A Response to Alain de Botton
Physics professor, minister
What he is saying is that love is in fact an illusion, but we must, in fact, live like it's not. We must live like there's something more than physics, because life cannot be endured for the sake of mere endurance.
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