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Fun with Science aka Why I’m Still Single

So lots of people have been posting and tweeting about this really cool article in Scientific American, What Attachment Theory Can Teach About Love and Relationships. I first read about it in Jezebel a couple of days ago and immediately clicked through, read it and did their handy, dandy little test. Speaking of which, since […]

I Will Be Lonely for the Holidays. And It Won’t Kill Me.

Eight days til Xmas and I’m already suffering from Holiday burnout. I’m not talking about the kind of burnout that comes from too much shopping or too many holiday parties. As usual, I’ve kept all of that to a minimum. Truth is, I’m just not much of a “holiday” person. No, I’m suffering from media-related […]

My Must Have/Can’t Stand List

It’s broken record time. I’m not a fan of lists. Of any type. Or boxes, or false dichotomies or judgmental people… But I’m perfectly capable of stepping outside my comfort zone in the hopes of learning something new. So, last week, when I was at that workshop, and it came time for us to work […]

Catching Up and Taking Stock

I called a friend, someone I hadn’t spoken with in a while.  He’s been busy, I’ve been busy. It happens. He asked how I was doing and I told him that I was finally feeling better and almost unpacked and fully settled in to the new apartment. Then, he asked about work and told him […]

Isn’t It Romantic? We’ll Always Have Paris, Part Deux

So about that pilot and the time we spent together in Paris… I told the story to some friends when I eventually got home to New York. And, as is often the case, I was surprised by their reactions. People, most people, thought it sounded romantic. I actually overheard a friend telling her mother (HER […]