"I don't want the takeaway to be, pick the next guy off of and marry him.
I'm saying, you don't have to do anything differently if you don't want.
You can talk about it, write in a journal, or simply…It is a universal truth that the more shade one slings at happy couples, the more of a disgruntled single person one is.
As a human sans partner, I personally love walking by an animated, public couple's argument on the sidewalk in order to reaffirm …I'll say it, y'all — sex is exhausting.
You can fall in love with a guy who wrote that he likes Madonna, but you can't fall in love with a guy who isn't kind."5. Gottlieb: "In cities where you find a lot of really ambitious, Type A, driven people, like in NYC and L.
A., with the entertainment business and Wall Street…you get a lot of maximizers' [people who keep looking over their shoulder for something better]. They will be just as picky in a bad and unhealthy way.
Whether you're grocery shopping or drinking at the bar, nobody ever likes a creeper.
And if you happen to be gettin' your sweat on at the gym and experience some unwanted interaction, your im…When you first start having sex, things can be a bit awkward.
If you don't want to be alone—maybe Samantha does—that's a dangerous message."7. Gottlieb: "We say, I'm a writer, but he doesn't read!
I'm creative.' But people can be creative in different ways, and the fact that he doesn't read the same books that you do, well, maybe he wants someone who he can talk about the baseball game with but you're not that person. You're not going to share every single interest, and that's okay.
The shared interest should be, Do we want the same things out of life?