Real stories about dating and relationships in New York City. Truth is more interesting than fiction.


So last night was the 2nd episode of the Single Edition Radio Show (wait, do radio shows have episodes or editions or installments or…?). Sherri and I were bouncing around ideas for the show, and I strongly advocated for Self-Love. Because, frankly, it’s an issue for me. Not only am I hard on myself. But […]

What’s Your Noise Tolerance?

I’ve written a lot about being single, and a lot about loneliness, but one thing I’ve never written about noise. I hate noise. I grew up with a lot of noise.  I come from a very noisy family.  Lots of screaming and yelling and fighting.  Not just when people were genuinely mad/upset.  All of the […]

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 […]

It is Kinda Funny…

Two and 1/2 weeks in and I can safely say that my relationship with my new apartment may just be my most fucked up relationship ever. I had a little meltdown on Friday.  BTW, I really do appreciate the kind notes, tweets, etc.  Please understand that when I close the comments, it’s about my need […]

Building Love

Yesterday was moving day for me. I’m in my new place, with all of my furniture and most of my stuff. Some stuff didn’t make it into the moving truck.  My movers overlooked my favorite lamp (and I was too freaked out to realize) plus a big suitcase and some bags full of towels.  And […]