Author: Jill Mahler
June is a popular month for weddings and for some brides the wedding season is already here. During the engagement, not only are there numerous preparations, but also there is a lot of advice given to the bride and groom, some good and some just down right terrible.
Have you ever seen a couple that glowed? Something about them made you wonder how you could have a spark like theirs. If you have been in a relationship for a decent amount of time, you may be wondering at times how couples who have been together for 50 years or more have lasted so long. After all, if they have been able to keep their spark; kept it fresh beyond the initial phases of their relationship, you should be able to as well.
In relationships, the order of events from the first kiss to the first time you say “I love you” occurs at different rates. However, every relationship eventually faces the transition from his things, my things to “our” things. You would assume that finding a place you both can afford and comfortably live in for a duration is the hardest part, but the truth is what happens after the boxes are unpacked is much more difficult.
Matt Chatham | contributing writer
“Do you want to have the best sex?” You might have noticed some flyers around campus asking this question in the past few weeks. These advertised Pure Rebellion, which was a three-hour abstinence-only sex education presentation based on Christian principles and held at the local Calvary Corvallis church.
I am definitely luckier than most. I am pursuing a career field I love, engaged to my other half and generally life is pretty good. So why is it that, I still feel empty when I finally buy that item that has been on my wish list for months or accomplish a goal. Why is there always something else to cross off my list?