She wanted something more serious, more substantial. She was, frankly, tired of long nights at home with only Netflix and the cat for company. After spending time with Karen – even going on a practice date – I was stuck for an answer. I couldn’t find any reasonable answer for her problem that didn’t involve radically reducing her standards just to find to fill the void. the dating scene sucked now, but it wasn’t going to suck forever.
She was intelligent, charming, friendly, passionate, funny, cheerful and ambitious. This, obviously, was not the answer Karen was hoping to hear. maybe, she admitted to me, it was time to just admit defeat and embrace the fact that she was going to be Forever Alone.
"xkcd: Dating Pools" was where I first heard about the standard creepiness rule.
Sometimes the most frustrating thing in the world is to feel absolutely powerless.
A couple of years ago, in the early days of the blog, I would do some personal coaching – mostly for friends, occasionally for the odd client or two.
Now, there’s even […]East Hartford officials are inviting U. Education Secretary Betsy De Vos to visit their schools, after De Vos singled out the district during testimony to a House appropriations subcommittee on Capitol Hill.
Using other people’s research or ideas without giving them due credit is plagiarism.