Dear Lost Romance,
Romance is like inspiration, it comes and goes. Just because you feel a lack of love or companionship doesn’t mean you’ve lost it completely. Don’t go back, move forward. Into new feelings, new relationships, new romance. Don’t let the past make you fear the future, either. I spend too much of my life wondering “What If?” instead of seeing what as right in front of me.
Take it from me when I say - it gets better. Concentrate on you, on growing and changing and icing your life. The rest will follow.
Dear Changing Life,
First of all, I’m so very sorry that it took me so long to reply to your message. Transitions in life can be tough and I know that more than anyone. It sounds like you’re going through a lot of anxiety and you’re probably worrying about the future and how things will work out. My best advice for you is to breathe. Breathe deeply and breathe often.
I’m not happy every day of my life, and it took me a long time to get to a place where I can be happy at all. My life is wonderful now, but that could change tomorrow - I’ve learned that the hard way. But you need to live in the present, trust your instincts, and try to be positive.
…This is very offensive. Please don’t ever come my inbox or anyone else’s with your ignorance.
My name is Ted Mosby…
We’ve moved to our house, which is finally renovated and fits us and the kids quite nicely. I also got a new computer from Trace for my birthday. I’m still a little shaky on this little things, so be patient with me. However, please, feel free to send me your comments and questions. I will try to answer them more promptly from now on.
I would say I love her more than I’ve loved anyone else or could love anyone else. More than architecture, more than poetry, more than good wine or star wars. I love her more than life, anonymous.
You’ll have to be more specific, anonymous!
Dear Long Distance,
It sounds like your relationship isn’t very exclusive. Would you like it to be? I’d talk to him and let him know how you’re feeling. Tell him that you aren’t okay with the way things are going and that you need to reevaluate your relationship. The longer you put it off, the less will be solved and the more unhappy you’ll be.
The wife and I got dressed up and watched all of the movies with Barney and Robin - fantastic day.