Tag Archive | "Relationships"

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Too Much Social Media

Posted on 29 November 2016 by

Nowadays, when we are upset, need some ego boosting or just want a small distraction, a lot of people turn to social media. I was born in ‘89, and growing up our technology was not as advanced as it is now, well from what we know of it. When my friends wanted to get in […] Continue Reading…

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Humans of Housatonic #6: “In one word, describe each other”

Posted on 05 May 2015 by

“In one word describe each other.” “Annoying.” “You’re annoying.” Douglas Braga and Kelley Figueroa, General Studies majors More Humans of Housatonic here.  Learn about the Humans of Housatonic series here. 

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Humans of Housatonic #2: “A Big Shocker”

Posted on 04 May 2015 by

“Recently my parents have gotten divorced, and that was a big shocker. There were a few weeks of odd reactions and feelings between me and each of my parents, but that all subsided now and I think my life is getting pretty much back to normal. It felt pretty much like s***, like any other […] Continue Reading…

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Making Long Distance Relationships Work

Posted on 02 May 2015 by

There are always negative comments or judgements held against long distance relationships, but a long distance relationships can be good in several ways. It allows the couple to grow apart, it allows the couple to know what it’s like to appreciate someone, and it allows the heart to grow fonder and make the relationship stronger. […] Continue Reading…

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How’s Your Love Life?

Posted on 01 May 2015 by

Who’s running around in your mind today? As most students at Housatonic already know, dating plays a large role in their personal lives. Whether you’re hanging out at the movies, or even going out dancing, your love life plays a big role in almost anything. Why are more and more people looking for love and […] Continue Reading…

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The Hook-Up Culture

Posted on 29 April 2015 by

Once upon a time you had to wine and dine a woman before getting her out of her clothes. Nowadays, your next 15-minute romance is just a swipe away. Gone are the days of rehearsing in the mirror before you ask someone out. By the looks of it, today’s generation will never understand what it’s […] Continue Reading…

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“I Have a Life!”

Posted on 07 December 2014 by

“I have a life!” is often the complaint of many students who are stressed out about juggling school with a career, children, or a relationship. Instead of whining about your problems and feeling offended when professors don’t give you special treatment, take into consideration that you are not alone. The person on your right could […] Continue Reading…

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Moving Out? Are You SURE You’re Ready to Leave the Nest?

Posted on 07 December 2014 by

I moved out of my parents’ house almost 8 years ago when I turned 18 years old. At the time my parents and I were butting heads.  They didn’t like my blue hair, my boyfriend or my “constant partying,” and I didn’t like their judgments, their rules, or the boring lifestyle they were forcing on […] Continue Reading…

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The Holiday Hookup

Posted on 21 November 2014 by

There is something about the holiday season that brings people together, but not having that special someone to share it with can make those lonely hearts feel even more alone and vulnerable. This year Britney flipped open her laptop and contacted Chris on Facebook. She was hesitant since they broke up over two years ago […] Continue Reading…

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Love: How to Make Relationships Last

Posted on 13 November 2014 by

With celebrity relationships ending on what seems like a daily basis and marriages ending within less than a year, it’s more astonishing to dig through the rubble of disappointments to find the marriages that are celebrating 20 or more years together. It is possible that too many people call it quits due to unrealistic ideas […] Continue Reading…