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Wedding Plans

by Nikolas Wong Giovanna was soon to be married to her fiancé, Charlie. I rarely saw them, which made saying ‘congratulations’ difficult; so I invited them out for a coffee. “It’s on me,” I interrupted before Charlie could reach for his back pocket, sliding my gold membership card to the barista, Cindy. I was an active…

If You Want Valentines Done Right You Have to Do it Yourself

Guest Blogger: Valerie Garcia Valentine’s Day has been the one holiday that focuses on a man’s love for his significant other, but there is no reason why this Valentine’s Day can’t be focused on a woman’s love for her man. The question becomes what is “right” for Valentine’s Day. Men and women have different expectations for Valentine’s…

How to Handle Change during a Divorce

Guest Blogger: Harper Mac Regardless of the circumstances surrounding a divorce, it is a painful and difficult process to go through. From changing living situations and the loss of a lifelong partner to helping children deal with the separation, the demands of divorce can be exhausting and challenging. However tempting it may be to shut…

How to Deal With a Major Breakup in College

Guest Blogger: Katheryn Rivas Breakups are difficult during any stage of life. They can be particularly challenging in college, however, especially if you and your ex go to the same school. Seeing each other on campus can stir up confusing emotions. Running into each other at a party can leave you feeling heartbroken. Sharing many…

Love Hurts? Think Again!

Guest Blogger: Trevor Emdon Heartbreak is a lousy feeling. No? Let’s say that another way. Heartbreak is the worst feeling in the world, give or take. Nobody in their right mind would risk it a second, third, or tenth time. There’s just one problem, however.  Love – and the desire for love – doesn’t come…