"We had the dramatic deathbed reunion everybody pressured me into and then the jerk lived. What now?"
"Is it technically cheating?" vs. "Even if the answer is no, is this the kind of relationship you want?"
When someone is consistently mean to you, and you say "if you keep being mean to me, we might have to break up," may I humbly suggest that you are not The Problem.
It's that time! Sex, breakups, saying no to stuff you don't wanna do, red flags, Darcying
The Geek Social Fallacies are powerful, but they are not invincible.
Bold of your mom to set herself up as the sole arbiter of your life circumstances, Letter Writer!
Convert "What should I do?" questions to "How will I do the thing I'm most afraid of?" and see how you feel.
The answer to "how to make someone _____" is almost always, "Sorry, you can't make anybody do anything."
People* are in the mood for something with relatively low stakes, right?
*Me, I'm People
The problem with informal agreements.