Notes from rosewell, to you.
an argument for asking the questions.
Asking the questions about the hard stuff, the deep stuff, is how we connect. It’s how we develop deeper intimacy.
an ode to last times.
We spend a lot of energy in anticipating the first times, but rarely think of the last ones.
second order thinking in your relationship.
The premise is simple: consider not just the consequences of your actions, but the consequences of those consequences.
breakups are meant to suck.
Breakups are painful, sad, sometimes messy. But we can take comfort in the universal nature of this feeling.
Dating after a breakup
Jump back in, when you're ready.
When it’s time to call it quits
You'll know when it's time.
We argue - here's how to do it, healthily
Conflict is inevitable in any relationship. But we can be gentle.
Hollywood vs philosophers on relationships
Consider your expectations.
Should we be taught how to choose a partner?
Choices face us everyday. But this one matters most.