Topics: Dating a divorced man?
There are thousands of options here. We recommend a guilty-pleasure style one that brings the laughs to keep it interesting, and keep you alert. (We’re subscribers and regular listeners of The Read.) We’ve tried playing podcasts together while we cook dinner, shower and iron clothes, as well as just curled up together on the couch for an episode. It’s nice to share something you only have to listen to so you can maintain eye contact, which is always sexy.
When I’m asked to share my “how I met my husband” story with someone, one of the most surprising reactions I often hear sounds a little something like, “Oh, you met so young? Aren’t you worried you didn’t live enough beforehand?” It’s a fair question, for sure, since I met my hubby exactly two months after graduating from college and we never took a break. But, yet and still, my answer remains the same each time: Nope, I have never worried about that, and I’m not about to start either. Here are three (good) reasons why
3. Your twenties are filled with growing pains, awkward failures, unsure paths and totally self-destructive behaviors. And, believe it or not, there’s something very comforting about looking back on that time and realizing that there was someone in your life uplifting, loving and forgiving you despite it all, who is actually still standing there right by your side today. Now, to me, that is the ultimate proof that you can make it “together forever.”