Dating things say
Every long-term relationship is a celebration of two people beating the odds.
The longer the two of you are together, the more couples you’ll know who didn’t make it.
In an elevator with many people in it, say “you may be wondering why I’ve gathered you here today”. Make loud groans in a public bathroom then drop a cantaloupe in the toilet and sigh in relief. Drive a tricycle past a cop while drinking a juice pouch screaming “YOU CAN’T CATCH ME”. When you’re at school and someone talks on the p.a. Talk about the difficulties of being a vegetarian, then order a pepperoni pizza. Show people a picture of yourself and ask them if they have seen this person. Put up a “Lost Dog” poster with a picture of a cat on it. In a public toilet, pass a note under the door next to you saying, “They’re onto us. Write a note saying “sorry about the damage on your car” and put it on a random car.
D, and his colleagues came up with a mathematical model that can predict the likelihood of divorce.
And one of the ways to communicate understanding to your partner is not to spring into action every time she expresses concern about something—a common male default.
Instead of saying “here’s how we fix this,” simply listen to her and acknowledge that you understand her concern, even if you disagree with it.
Consider a survey that asked 2,000 women for the key factor in deciding whether or not they will sleep with a partner: Forty-six percent responded “knowing where the relationship is headed.” To rekindle her desire, and affirm how much she means to you, focus her attention on the commitment you’ve made to her.
The house, the kids, the wedding album—they’re all still there, but she needs spoken evidence, too. Go to a public bathroom stall and when someone comes in say, “I’ve been expecting you…” 67.