Category: Dating and Relating
As far back as I can remember, I never grew up thinking I wanted what some people consider, “The American Dream:” the house, the husband, the kids.
I’ve already addressed that while granting someone a pity date may seem like the polite thing to do, it’s a cowardly act. Yet it’s in our nature to please, and we just keep overshadowing the virtue of honesty with the rejection that’s implied. So many opt to slowly peel the Band-Aid back rather than just rip it off.
I try to write each installment of this column based on a discussion point or piece of counsel that’s relevant to me or someone in my life.
With two destination weddings now under my belt, I’m beginning to realize the importance a guest plays in the success of the occasion. Sure, months of planning went into the décor, the menu, the location, and those frozen moments will be captured forever on film.