Often times, we treat love like some supernatural force that only a select few people are blessed to receive, but that’s a load of BS. You don’t have to act on your lovey-dovey feelings. Crushes are likely to pass, so try not to be too vexed if you or the object of your affection is unavailable. If one of the things below is happening to you, just try to enjoy it.

Last night we saw married women describe how, when and where they fell in love with the Preachers Of L.A.  One writer takes on the voyage of falling in love.

Read the musings below.

This past Saturday I hosted my first-ever solo event as the head writer and creator of the blog, called “R&B: Relationships & Bullsh*t” (derived from my podcast with the same name). The event featured great food and drinks, an amazing singer, and some really interesting conversation as the topic of the night was: Is dating in Toronto really that hard? Unfortunately, we weren’t able to complete all the discussion points, which was really frustrating because there was a final word I wanted to deliver to everyone in attendance. So since I didn’t get to say it on Saturday night, I felt the next best thing would be to write it here.

Whether you are happily or unhappily single, it’s important for you to realize that special people don’t fall in love.

What I mean is that love is not solely reserved for people who are uniquely talented at finding love or looking good or hosting a good date. Love isn’t specially suited for people who’ve followed a unique path in life or paid attention to all the right “rules and regulations” of dating or who closely adhered to all the advice that some relationship expert bestowed upon them.

Read the rest of this interesting story here.


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