Dating While Sober can be a hassle, but to most of us, it’s worth it—mainly because we got sober to live as full lives as possible, a goal that includes finding the right mate.
While I have to imagine that the guy I end up with isn’t likely to take to purse peeing, it’s a guarantee that he’ll do something to drive me batty.
Dating seems basic: you show up, someone else shows up, you enjoy (or don’t enjoy) each other’s company. Easy, right? Wrong.
Just because you’re a dude and thus supposedly not great at sharing your feelings doesn’t mean you can tell us overly personal information and make us swoon.
Stop picturing the dilapidated house with the 86 unneutered felines scampering around every which way when we mention our cats.
In the angst that was my early twenties, I saw a guy who could say all the things I longed to hear one moment only to take it all away the next as the most powerful, seductive man alive.
Did I think that smelling a strange man’s dirty laundry would unleash heretofore hidden feelings of desire? No. But I did think fondly of an ex’s scent and the way I would bury my nostrils in his shirts whenever he left them around — almost as if the aroma itself had super powers.