Make movie night magic with these ideas for the entire family! From themed movie night ideas and snacks to fun activities, there's something for everyone! The post Themed Movie Night Ideas for Family appeared first on The Dating Divas. https://ift.tt/2w8Mz72
A recent article in The Atlantic details a study by Elizabeth Bruch, a professor of sociology at the University of Michigan. In it, she details the online dating phenomena of “outkicking your coverage”- that is, seeking partners who are significantly more desirable than you are. She finds that most online daters seek partners that are … Continue reading Winning the Game of Online Dating
Tom (a composite portrait) came to see me because he was troubled by an extra-marital affair he was having. It was a serious affair and he was considering leaving his wife, Susan, for his affair partner, Karen. He had been married 20 years and had two teenage children, a boy and girl. Tom felt guilt-ridden … Continue reading Do Cheaters Deserve Compassion?
A mom I know came home recently to find her teenaged daughter in her bedroom in tears. At first she refused to tell her mother what was the matter, but after some coaxing she said, “My friends won’t talk to me. They figured out that I told you that we were smoking and drinking in the … Continue reading Do You Automatically Critique a Report of Wrong-doing?
I was lying in bed in the dark. Sleepy but not sleeping. Listening. From the living room beneath me I could hear the voice of my father, two of my aunts, my uncle. My father was talking about my mother, what the doctor said, how she looked. As he described her, I tried to imagine her … Continue reading Anatomy of a Loss
Source: Crazy Rich Asians movie poster Jon Chu’s film adaptation of Kevin Kwan’s bestselling novel Crazy Rich Asians hit the big screens officially on August 15th, though I and others have seen it in sold out special screenings for weeks already. I saw it on Monday, with a nearly all Asian American crowd in Redwood City, … Continue reading Crazy Rich Asians and the Asian American Psyche, Part I
Source: Soni Metz/FreeImages I recently received an excellent—and knotty—question from a reader of this blog. As the problem she is having is a common one, I am sharing it in the interests of lowering the irritation level of everyone's relationships. Dear Dr. Perry: I read a post from your blog about spouses who habitually leave … Continue reading How to Sweat Less Over the Small Stuff