Crying, going at it for hours and hours, calling them an asshole or a bitch... here's a guide to what's generally normal, and what's more concerning.
Advice from some queers of party experience to baby gays (of all ages).
It can be hard to believe you’ll find someone when hedonism seems to be the collective mood, but a lot of people want to lock it down after lockdown.
When we're experiencing a lot of external stress, our relationship with our appearance can become a battlefield.
A ritual can be a good way to process ambiguous grief, so you can move forward feeling a bit lighter.
It's normal to be nervous about defining a relationship... but feeling genuine anguish about the conversation could be a bad sign.
Do we try to keep it posi vibes, or commiserate about the one thing we definitely all have in common?
If every conversation with your folks devolves into a tearful screaming match, it's time to set some boundaries and get a little space.
If you're tired of references to "crazy” exes or the way they perform self-awareness but never change, go ahead and challenge their version of events.
Come up with some fun alternative plans, and know that drilling your relatives with objectively true facts might not be the most effective route here.
It might be tempting to put this decision off until the last minute, but there are lots of good reasons not to go, and you shouldn't feel guilty.