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When you’re young, most of your life proceeds in a linear way. When real life doesn’t progress as smoothly, in relationships or career, it can be hard to sit with.
After graduating from college, you’re no longer surrounded by people your own age, experiencing all the same things at about the same time.
Millennials are more likely to offer to split the check than are Generation Xers or baby boomers.
14 favorites from Washington Post staffers.
I thought about how many exes I have as friends — and I wasn’t sure I wanted or needed another one.
Let’s catch up with three Washingtonians who shared their breakup stories last year.
American spinsters who fought for women’s rights and civil rights; cared for soldiers on the front lines; expanded access to education and became Hollywood icons.
Fonda: “I know what it feels like to have the rug pulled out from under you, and to feel like your life is over and consider suicide.“
The singer just wants to settle down, he tells the New York Times.
These 20-somethings take the idea of having multiple romantic partners to another level.