The site “MindBodyGreen” has been showing up on my Facebook feed a lot lately. It’s annoying and I don’t like it. This is the “article” that solidified my distaste.
"Here are 10 (out of so many) simple things to look out for in a relationship:
1. Your partner is your best friend. You’re 110% yourself, you feel free, and enjoy the little things in life together. If I hear “I’m marrying my best friend!” one more time I will poke my eye out with a fork.
2. Your partner is the one you want next to you in your deepest, darkest moments. I don’t want anyone near me but my therapist when I am bawling my face-off in an intense session.
3. You’re capable of being away from each other, but neither of you like it one bit. Whatever, just send each other dick pics or cleavage shots on your celly-cellys.
4. Your partner is your #1 choice for the person you want with you when you splurge on your favorite treat, watch an embarrassing television show, or forget your manners at the dinner table because you’re too exhausted that day. I prefer watching the Kardashians alone, thank you.
5. The two of you compromise with each other. You don’t always get your way. OK, this one is fair.
6. You care about his or her needs more than your own. That’s a slippery slope mu-f-ckas!
7. You both know that throughout life you might change and grow, but you’ll always change and grow together. Life is about enjoying the stages with each other. Hope you can handle the sagging boobs and balls of the future!
8. When something happens—terrible, exciting or completely insignificant—he or she is always the first person you want to tell. Cue TLC’s “What About Your Friends?”
9. He or she balances you out, and you do the same. Where one is weaker, the other is stronger. I guess this one is fair too.
10. You know that no matter what, he or she will always stand by you and be on your side. Also legit.
Bonus: You both take a moment, every day, to think about just how lucky you are to have found your most perfect person on this earth.” nobody’s perfect beetch, and there is probably someone better out there, you just never found them.
Written by Danielle Stein,”certified health coach and natural beauty lifestyle coach,” “She specializes in creating personalized Optimal Beauty Lifestyle plans for her clients.” So, she specializes in recommending over-priced products that use the “natural” label to make a portion of the beauty industry seem different and safe from its normal criticism.