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1. There is no way this mashup hasn't been done before. SORRYNOTSORRY

2. You should also check out "A little chaos", directed by Alan and starring Kate... and Alan. <:D

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Why It’s Good To Get Over Relationships Slowly

I take forever to get over things. And I’m not talking exclusively about romantic relationships, either. When I was 13, I read a poem, which became my favorite poem. Six years later I was still obsessed enough with it to get it as a tattoo, and four years after that, it’s still one of my favorite works of literature.

But maybe that’s a soft example. I’m still not over the divorce of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. My favorite show when I was 9 is still my favorite show (Gilmore Girls does not age, however.) The interests and hobbies I have now are the ones I’ve had my whole life, and I’m a remarkably unchangeable, stubborn person.

I find myself constantly thinking about things that happened to me when I was younger, like when that bad friend said this to me, or when I did something horribly embarrassing at that college party. Not that I’m still haunted, but I constantly feel like I still love the things I’ve always loved, and still am affected by the things I’ve always been influenced by.

I’m constant. Immovable.

So, yeah—it takes me a while to get over things, if at all. Most of the time, it’s a long chunk of time after big events happen that I heal from them. I used to be ashamed of that characteristic of mine: while my friends got over breakups in a flash and were onto dating the next and the next and the next guy/girl, I was still thinking about the past, sometimes with pain, sometimes with healthy nostalgia, but always thinking about it.

Why did I dwell on things I couldn’t change? Why couldn’t I be like my friends, resilient, carefree, and seemingly thick-skinned? Even if I was proud and didn’t show it, I was pretty thin-skinned, or so I thought.

But as it turns out, I’d rather be a dweller than someone who gets over love too quickly. I’d rather love deeply and for a long time and be in pain, than forget all about it when it ends. As it turns out, my penchant for getting over things slowly means I’m emotionally strong, not weak.

If you’re like me, and you feel ashamed about taking so long to get over past relationships and things that have hurt you (or in other words, people and things that you’ve loved), then listen up. Here’s why you’re awesome, not weak:

You take love seriously

When you fall in love, you fall hard and you fall for the long haul. You’re the kind of partner any person would love to be with, because you’re affectionate, honest, loyal, and your love doesn’t run out or change. When you love someone, you’ll probably love them forever, even if you’re not with them anymore.

Even if you break up, you’ll probably always be there for your ex, sometimes to your detriment. That capacity to love is an asset, however, because…

You’re honest about your emotions

People who take a long time to get over emotional attachments are aware of their emotional needs [...]

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Turn Your On/Off Relationship Off Again: The Argument

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If you’re reading this, you probably know what it’s like to be in an on-again, off-again relationship. It’s tiring and stressful, but there’s something about your partner that you can’t get enough of. Maybe you think they’re the One, maybe you’re sure you can work it out, maybe you love them too much to let go. Maybe, maybe, maybe.

Often, an on-again/off-again relationship just isn’t working for a myriad of reasons. Here’s why you should just break up, and stay broken up this time. Your future self may thank you.

Do you know your real motives?

Sure, you probably love this person; else why would you constantly go back into this relationship that’s failing more often than not? But often, our reasons and rationale are a lot more complicated and rooted in much more difficult feelings than just love.

We tend to get back together with exes chronically because on some level, we don’t think we have any other options. Maybe we think no one else will love us or appreciate us than this person will, and that they’re our last chance at happiness.

This isn’t true. The only way to tell for certain that this person, with whom you are constantly breaking up and constantly struggling to make a relationship, is to let them go and date other people. Something isn’t working if you’re constantly breaking up, and you should always know your worth.

Know your worth, what you deserve. Love yourself enough to want to give yourself the best: someone who will be sure about you, someone who will never even consider breaking up with you. It takes completely removing yourself from a bad situation to have perspective and distance from the whole thing.

You’ll never be able to make it work completely

Even if you stay together and “make it work,” chances are it isn’t working as well as it could be. It’ll be forced and strained, because there can be past hurt, resentment, lack of communication, and the small cracks that always widen if they’re ignored.

It’s like a drug: you love the high you feel when you’re with this person, or you love the idea of being in love, or that feeling of being in love. You are in love. But sometimes, love comes second to honesty, commitment, selflessness, and communication. If there are roadblocks to intimacy, they’re not going to go away without serious effort, and without confronting your serious issues. Ignoring those issues in favor of feeling like you’re in love isn’t worth it.

Better to love and let it go, and find a better relationship with fewer roadblocks to intimacy, fewer things to agonize over, and fewer things to rationalize.

They’re not going to change

A lot of us hear this when we take back former partners: “I’ll be different this time.” They’re beautiful words, aren’t they? They promise that all of the pain and hurt of the past will stay in the past, that they’re going to be there for you this time, that they, themselves, are different.

The thing is, it’s so difficult for anyone [...]

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Why You Should Love Being The Third Wheel

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If the image above gives you agita, you’re not alone. Most of us hate being the third wheel or even worse, the fifth wheel on dates with your friends and their significant others. It tends to be depressing, because we feel like we’re the sad hanger-on friend in a group of happy couples. And sometimes, that’s true. But most of the time, third-wheeling isn’t depressing at all. It’s kind of lovely.

For years, I’ve been the third — or fifth — wheel when my two sisters and my brothers-in-law go out, and only a few times did I have a date or a boyfriend to drag along with me. I invite my best friend’s boyfriend to go out with my friends and me all the time, and I consider him my own friend as well as my best friend’s partner. I’ve grown up hanging out with my sisters’ husbands on a regular basis, and I can tell you that being the odd [wo]man out is definitely more awesome than it sounds.

You witness strong couples in love

Being constantly around my sisters and their boyfriends (now husbands) from when I was a teenager offered me a firsthand look of what a strong, healthy relationship looks like. I had excellent role models almost right from the start, which has influenced me, in my dating life, to know what I want in a partner, how I should be treated, and to recognize when something just isn’t working. If I had isolated myself from my committed sisters and friends, simply for fear of embarrassment, I would never know what real, healthy love looks like up close.

You get to witness not-so-healthy relationships

Third-wheelin’ with your friend and her jerk boyfriend/girlfriend is another way to weed out undesirables in your own life. It also gives you a closer look at what your friend is going through, and what s/he’s unfortunately willing to take, even when s/he shouldn’t. It’ll let you give them good advice, because you’ve seen it firsthand. And it’ll make more clear what you expect from a healthy relationship.

Getting to know the partners of the people you love is invaluable

If I never hung out as the “hanger-on” with my sisters and friends, I would never get to know the men in their lives. The men who will marry them, help raise their children, and build an entire life with them. It means a lot to me that I’m a sister to my brothers-in-law. We have a close connection that I find invaluable. It means I’m an integral part of their lives too, because we’ve both taken the time to be friends, look out for each other, and spend quality time together. I want them in my life.

You can get set up

My friends’ boyfriends not only offer to set me up on dates with their friends, but they get protective when I’m seeing or dating someone less than worthy. Because we’ve grown close friends, they’re there to offer me advice and make sure I’m not straying toward [...]

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Acting Like The Cool Girl Is Harming Your Relationships

We all know the concept of the cool girl. In case you’ve never read this now-infamous and violently honest passage, here’s an excerpt from the book Gone Girl that details the ins and outs of the cool girl fantasy:

“Men always say that as the defining compliment, don’t they? She’s a cool girl. Being the Cool Girl means I am a hot, brilliant, funny woman who adores football, poker, dirty jokes, and burping, who plays video games, drinks cheap beer, loves threesomes and anal sex, and jams hot dogs and hamburgers into her mouth like she’s hosting the world’s biggest culinary gang bang while somehow maintaining a size 2, because Cool Girls are above all hot. Hot and understanding. Cool Girls never get angry; they only smile in a chagrined, loving manner and let their men do whatever they want. Go ahead, shit on me, I don’t mind, I’m the Cool Girl.

Men actually think this girl exists. Maybe they’re fooled because so many women are willing to pretend to be this girl…”

Basically, the cool girl is every man’s fantasy (allegedly). She’s basically a guy herself, with none of the stereotypical “female” qualities like…emotions and needs. She is there to serve her boyfriend and to not encumber him with stupid things like what she’s feeling. She lets him do whatever he wants, even betray her trust, because it’s totally uncool to hold your partner responsible for bad behavior. Any man who lets his girlfriend run his life is “whipped.” All of that malarkey we’ve all heard before.

When I read that passage above, I literally cheered. I think we’ve all tried, with different degrees of success, to be the “cool girl” in relationships: to let even big issues slide in order to seem low maintenance, and less like a “whiny, emotional, hysterical, typical” girl. We may have even thought, “I’m not like a regular girl. I’m a cool girl.” (Say that in Regina George’s mom’s voice, please!)

But it’s a lie, and a trap. I know that for certain.

I tried to be the cool girl, and by the end of it, I was exhausted emotionally and stuck with having to convince this guy I really liked that I was so much more than what he thought I was: non-emotional and totally cool.

Sometimes, acting like the cool girl doesn’t happen in the big ways, like those described above. It’s the small things, like convincing yourself it’s okay if he doesn’t text you for three days. Pushing down your feelings of inadequacy and jealousy if he is hanging out with other girls without you. Letting him know it’s okay if he goes out all the time with his buddies and spends less and less time with you. Telling him it’s fine that he isn’t ready to commit, that you’re happy with the way things are.

I’ve done all of that, and more.

As a result, this guy I was seeing intermittently thought I was the most easy-going, non-emotional, non-clingy, go-with-the-flow kind of girl he’d ever met. His friends [...]

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Belief In Destiny May Be Hurting Your Relationships

We all want to believe in true love, and in happy endings. We all want to be believe that we will find a partner in this life, someone to constantly love, trust and build a life with. But is there such a thing as destiny, fate, “written in the stars,” meant to be? Probably not.

Whether or not you believe in destiny—truly believe in it—may be affecting your relationships and the way you approach the possibility of love. It may even affect your behavior toward your partner in a long-term relationship. What if our belief in destiny is actually preventing us from finding a partner?

People who believe in destiny think “everything happens for a reason” and that they are being guided by fate no matter what they do. They believe that despite their choices and behavior, they are destined to end up in the same place, with the same person. It’s fate. Written in the stars.

It’s a romantic notion that takes the onus off people. It makes you believe that our choices—bad and good—don’t have far-reaching consequences. It doesn’t matter what you do. This breakup/make-up/meeting has happened for a reason. We don’t have to do anything. In relationships, this kind of thinking can do way more harm than good.

Studies show there are two kinds of people in relationships: those who hold growth beliefs and those who hold destiny beliefs. People who hold the belief that a relationship grows and changes over time and that it requires constant work tend to be happier in relationships and have longer-lasting relationships.

On the other hand, people who hold strong beliefs in destiny and fate tend to cut and run when struggles happen in a relationship, because they take domestic difficulty as a sign that their match isn’t “meant to be.” They’re more likely to end it earlier. Destiny could actually prevent you from domestic bliss rather than guide you toward it.

Because here’s the thing: relationships require work. There are days when you won’t feel ooey-gooey, lovey-dovey toward your partner even if you still love them as much as you ever did. But on those days, it’s hard to look at them and think, “they are my destiny,” because that’s a romantic, sappy sentiment that burns so bright at the beginning of a relationship, but has the tendency to fade after the honeymoon period. And even if you’re happy, committed and in love, you may second-guess your relationship simply on the basis that you want that feeling of “destiny” back.

You think: what changed? Why don’t I feel like that anymore? Because it’s natural, not because some cosmic force is telling you that there’s another destined love waiting out there for you. So you sabotage a good thing, believe in something better, and lose what you had.

There’s no perfect relationship. Even if you do believe that “everything happens for a reason” and that the universe has a plan for you, once you find your “soul mate,” it won’t be all joy and laughter every day for the [...]

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Laverne Cox Pens Heartwarming Essay On How Caitlyn Jenner’s Vanity Fair Cover Can Help The LGBT Community!

We are so incredibly moved by her words!

After Caitlyn Jenner's Vanity Fair cover was released on Monday, many considered this event to be a huge milestone in LGBT history!

[ Related: Kris Jenner Reveals How She Feels About Caitlyn Jenner! ]

Well how does a fellow transgender activist feel about the athlete's big reveal?!

Laverne Cox absolutely loves it!

On that same day, the Orange Is The New Black actress posted on her Tumblr a moving essay on how the Olympian's magazine spread will truly help those dealing with their sexuality!

The 31-year-old wrote:

"I am so moved by all the love and support Caitlyn is receiving. It feels like a new day, indeed, when a trans person can present her authentic self to the world for the first time and be celebrated for it so universally."

We completely agree!

However, while many showered Miz Jenner with praise about how fantastic she looks, Miz Cox believes this shouldn't be the main takeaway point.

"Many have commented on how gorgeous Caitlyn looks in her photos, how she is "slaying for the Gods." I must echo these comments in the vernacular, "Yasss Gawd! Werk Caitlyn! Get it!" … Yes, Caitlyn looks amazing and is beautiful but what I think is most beautiful about her is her heart and soul, the ways she has allowed the world into her vulnerabilities. The love and devotion she has for her family and that they have for her. Her courage to move past denial into her truth so publicly. These things are beyond beautiful to me."

In fact, the Alabama-native believes the reality TV star's presence can inspire other transgendered individuals to share their unique stories to the world and to not rely on their looks to do so.

"This is why we need diverse media representstions of trans folks to multiply trans narratives in the media and depict our beautiful diversities. I started #TransIsBeautiful as a way to celebrate all those things that make trans folks uniquely trans, those things that don't necessarily align with cisnormative beauty standards. For me it is necessary everyday to celebrate every aspect of myself especially those things about myself that don't align with other people's ideas about what is beautiful. #TransIsBeautiful is about, whether you're trans or not, celebrating all those things that make us uniquely ourselves."

Overall, Laverne hopes that Caitlyn's message of self-acceptance can help the trans community receive better treatment in society.

"Most trans folks don't have the privileges Caitlyn and I have now have. It is those trans folks we must continue to lift up, get them access to healthcare, jobs, housing, safe streets, safe schools and homes for our young people… I hope, as I know Caitlyn does, that the love she is receiving can translate into changing hearts and minds about who all trans people are as well as shifting public policies to fully support the lives and well being of all of us."

We are so touched by Laverne's words and hope that her message persuades others to become more tolerant and less judgmental!

[Image via Vanity Fair/WENN.]