Famously off and (currently) on again couple Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake are giving it another shot, and by the looks of the paparazzi pic of their double date with his parents, it seems like it's getting muy serioso. As always, there are two sides to every coin:__The good news__The firsts are over—first kiss, first sex, first "talk." Now you can really concentrate on getting to know the person sans the confusing hormones that make you want to dance to Hall and Oates like Joseph Gordon Levitt's character in .Depending on why the relationship ended, sometimes it's worth taking another turn on the merry-go-round. With a clear(er) head, you can assess whether or not the chemistry has staying power and you actually really like the guy, not just want to tear his clothes off and ride the F train all night long.Once you realize this, you can bust out of the stifling patterns that are screwing up your otherwise lovely life.
You pick up where your last relationship left off (you move in together only after 6 months because they feel so familiar to you).4.
You fight like an old married couple in the first few weeks of moving in.5. Your mother hasn't met them but she fucking hates them already, too.9.
Do you think it's a chance to start anew on different terms or is it just an opportunity for you to get hurt again?
Do you ever feel like every single day is exactly the same and it's like Groundhog's Day because it's a mirror image of the day before and it's like watching a bad movie over and over and over again and you don't even LIKE the goddamn movie AT ALL but for some reason it keeps replaying itself??
While I’ve never cared much for rules, I do have several personal rules that I’ve set for myself. I talk about these rules with the people closest to me in real life, but when I sit down to write a blog post they never come to mind. Based on your reaction, I may decide to share even more from my personal code.