How do we accept what we need to change about ourselves without hating ourselves, and how can we love ourselves without becoming egocentric and cocky? To live a happy and fulfilling life, we need both self-appreciation and self-improvement. However, there are elements of both that we must be wary of—they
Dear The Rev, Lately, I’ve been dating a guy that I’ve been really into for quite a while. But I keep getting nervous that I might like him more than he likes me. Sometimes, I think I might even love him. But I could never tell him that because I’m
Dear Rev, I hooked up with a friend last weekend because I was bored, but almost immediately I realized that it wasn’t working and that I wanted it to end. After an uninspired and uneventful hour or so, they left. How do I get out of this situation without awkwardness?
Dear Rev, I’m really interested in this guy—the only problem is that one of my best friends used to get with him, and they have a confusing and emotional history. I know he’s interested in me, too, but I’m pretty sure that my friend isn’t going to approve, and she
Howdy! I’m the Rev. Hopefully, starting now, you will be reading my advice column every week in TSL. In it, I’ll advise as best I can people just like us on questions they have in their lives. This, I realize, is a very intimate relationship, so we better start it