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|Like sperm have to beat out all the other sperm.” “Ick.” “Hey, you asked.” That |
night on the way home she saw a bumper sticker: it's better to have loved and lost
than to live with a psycho the rest of your life. Another message from the universe.
|Like Mr._]ohnson, they resemble a corpse more than an intricate part of a life—|
changing companionship. ... a man entered a coffee shop with a T—shirt that
read, “It's better to have loved and lost than to live with a psycho the rest of your
|“Me, too. I really loved that girl . . . thought we had a future together, you know? ... |
And it's better to find that out sooner than later. ... Anyway, as the Big Dog shirt
says, 'Better to have loved and lost than to live with a psycho the rest of your life.
|Better to have loved and lost than to live with a psycho the rest of your life. —|
unknown Your Friends and Family See What You Don't Why we disregard other
people's opinions about our relationships, especially when they seem ... Take
any single substance abuse problem in the world, and it's dwarfed in comparison
to the ...
- 230 pages
|NYONE WHO KNOWS MY Aco-publisher, co-editor and husband Aaron, realizes |
that he is prone to saying things, no matter what they are, if he thinks they are ... It
is better to have loved and lost than to live with a psycho for the rest of your life.
|When prenups, separations, affairs and second marriages cross your mind, how |
can you still believe? I heard it said that ... I read it elsewhere that "It's better to
have loved and lost than to live with the psycho for the rest of your life. " I say, "It's
|Dr. Meg Jay, a clinical psychologist, argues that twentysomethings have been caught in a swirl of hype and misinformation, much of which has trivialized what is actually the most defining decade of adulthood.|
- 44 pages
|"I decided to have it done right after she died," said Gil, who has five other |
children with his wife Pat. ... It's my way of coping with her death. ... Now her love
of motorcycles, Snake terror Americans fear snakes more than ... is then followed
by the fear of public speaking, high open spaces, mice, flying and bugs,
according to a report in Psychology Today magazine. 7 wanted her to be with me
for the rest of my life' cardinals, roses and the color blue will live on in the shiny
|The previous chapter talked about some of the many changes late-deafness |
brings into people's lives, and provided information ... and videotapes out there
that talk about the psychology of deafness, and tell the stories of people who live
life to its ... were born deaf or lost their hearing at an early age and didn't have to
make a major adjustment to a new life without sound. ... comes from my own A.D.
(After Deafness) experiences and more than a little input from my late-deafened
|This principle of rest which underlies the command must be the very best thing for |
us and therefore the requirement to heed what God ... There is a disposition in
our modern life to regard ourselves as too important to be required to submit to
any dictation, even from the Almighty. ... The same principle remains, but the
observance of the Lord's Day finds its authority in the Early Precedent of
Christianity. ... "Nay, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him
that loved us.