the one

If we continue to allow fear to keep us from sharing ourselves and our truths with the world, we will always be trapped under the oppressive opinions of others, opinions that don't serve us but instead cage us.
'm usually not big on self-help books about love or online dating, but I recently found the benefit in both. I've recently discovered how "The Love Lies", a new relationships book by national best-selling author and Relationship Readiness Coach, Debrena Jackson Gandy, and the popular online dating site, Tinder, go hand-in-hand.
If your boyfriend isn't the touchy-feely type, in his own way, he'll be affectionate with you. He'll never push you away. When you're lying around watching TV, all you want to do is cuddle, so you lay on him and he'll put his arm around you because he loves when you're that close to him.
Girls of any age who were brought up on a steady diet of rom-coms and Jane Austen have dreamed about meeting The One since we were old enough to play with Barbie. There's that glance from across a crowded bar. The soundtrack. The meet-cute with snappy dialogue.
The concept of "the one" seems as antiquated as chaperones and dance cards. So, what happens when you meet someone that makes you challenge that belief; someone who makes you wonder if all the romantic notions that your friends have been spewing might be true after all?
Director Robert Rodriguez sat down with What's Trending at the Samsung Blogger Lounge at this year's South by Southwest festival. He shared some advice on how to live a creative life, advice he has taken to heart over the course of his incredibly successful career.
People talk about you being gay and when it gets around to you, a part of you wishes you were. Maybe it would be easier. But you're not. When you learn how to get yourself off, all you can think about is the boy you like. He never texts you.
Despite what I am about to detail, I am decidedly not above the proverbial wedding fantasy. Like every American female I've ever known, met, read, or heard of, my whole being has been white-washed in wedding-dom.