Why love conquers the spring air.
The Beatles sang “All You Need is Love,” but what is love, anyway? Trying to pin down what exactly it is and why we feel it is no easy task.
With Valentine’s Day this month, a good number of my friends are pulling their hair out and suffering panic attacks in efforts to appease their loved ones. It is to them that I address these words: don’t sweat it.
Many bright-eyed first-years arrive at university still attached to their high school girlfriend or boyfriend. And it’s no wonder: the beginning of university is an overwhelming time. What could be more reassuring than falling asleep on Skype with a person who already knows and loves you, instead of facing the uncertainty of new people and
I have never been one for commitment. I can spend hours mulling over a simple decision, weighing the pros and cons, before finally making a choice and (maybe) sticking to it. It shouldn’t come as any surprise then that I can’t commit to a significant other. My lack of commitment has never phased me but
Ah, love is officially in the air and so are unseasonably warm temperatures for this time of year. But that’s a different story. It’s almost Valentine’s Day, the day when a guy in a diaper shoots people in the butt with arrows, and somehow we’re okay with it. It’s Cupid, and it’s love, so we can
If New Year’s is the time for personal resolutions, then Valentine’s Day is the time for relationship resolutions. Whether you’re currently attached, desperately seeking or decidedly single, Valentine’s Day is the perfect day to weigh the pros and cons of relationships.
There is no denying that we live in a “couple society” where romance and partnership are highly publicized and idealized. Relationships are a main topic of conversation among friends and, during such conversations, I have noticed a contradictory trend I will title the “Valentine’s Paradox.” For those of you whose relationship isn’t all cinnamon hearts and
Remember the episode of Seinfeld in which George tries to mix two of his great loves, food and sex? It all starts innocently enough with a vanilla-scented candle, but by the end of the show his partner catches him chowing down on a pastrami sandwich mid-foreplay. George probably took things a step too far, but he’s