Last July, I visited my stepsister, Julia, in Seattle. She had moved there recently following a difficult divorce. Julia is two years older than me, and I hadn't seen her in over a year. We spent the first three days together constantly in each other's company. We shared so many stories and got in touch with one another more deeply than I had ever experience with anyone. As my stay came near its end, I became saddened at the thought of leaving her. She said she felt the same way, and suggested that our last night together should be very special. I'm shocked to confess how very special it was. We made love to each other.
— Rex, 42
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Get Me Out of Here! How to Exit 4 Common Hookups
If you're appearing one-night-only in someone's bed, it's crucially important that you know how to disappear from there gracefully. You never know when your temporary passion partner will pop back up in your life - as your new coworker, best friend's date, or as an angry person, bent on revenge, holding something that looks like it could be used as a weapon.
Breaking Out of the Relationship Rut
Do you know everything about your beloved's family, childhood, work experiences and quirks? Have you two talked about everything from Duran Duran to the war on terrorism? Do you go to the same places, with the same people, and have sex the same old way? If you've answered yes to these questions, you may be stuck in a relationship rut. Developing a routine with a partner can be comforting at first. But if the routine lasts too long, your relationship may be headed for the guillotine. Here's how to put some variety back in your love affair.