I love writing about relationship topics, especially ones that are controversial and difficult to manage. Figure out whether or not it's a good idea to break up with your partner because of their parents. Photo by Priscilla Du Preez on Unsplash. Breaking up with someone you still love is one of the most painful things to go through in life. Many have asked, "Why would you break up with someone if you still love them? But as I grew older and racked up enough relationship experience to make any girl go crazy, I have learned a few lessons.
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When coupled with my rather lacklustre dating history, consisting of one brief fling in high school and about a dozen attempts since then that amounted to nothing, my morale when it comes to dating is pretty low. I think I look decent enough when I care to trim or shave and put some actual effort into my appearance, and I think my personality is good aside from a few minor foibles. Basically I have a confidence problem, driven primarily by my living situation and secondarily by my weak dating history. Am I right to be worried, or is this unnecessary concern? How can I cope with this? What should I do? In theory, this is supposed to be a way of psyching yourself up and getting yourself ready to actually Do The Thing.
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My ex, Stephanie, and I had been out several times before she dropped the bomb: She lived with her mother. Maybe that confession would be enough to scare most people off, but this was New York and I was no stranger to dealing with weird living situations, so I kept seeing her. It was another few weeks before I actually went to their apartment large for NYC, but tiny by any other standard. Luckily for Steph and I, her mom often traveled for work. She was gone for basically all of our regular Tuesday nights together and was rarely home on weekends.
Someone was trying to get in. They were just about to kiss, but the sound of relentless knocking filled the room. I made lasagna. For Tasha and the 24 million millennials who live with their parents , this kind of thing is par for the course.