I have recently met my ex at a party, we haven’t seen each other for a while and a party was a really good one. We ended up having a great time, talking about the old times, drinking, dancing and we ended up sleeping together. Could you advise me on how to approach that tricky situation?
There’s never one solution that fits all, probably some people will never even want to try to have a life with one partner. However, if you feel that you have found a great person with whom you’d like to have a long-lasting happy union, it is possible. You only both need to want to make it work and don’t give up easily.
The love of my life comes from another country. We just got engaged and now we need to decide: where do we marry? The thing is, his family is huge, he has a lot of cousins and uncles and aunts that he constantly keeps in touch with. On my side, the family is way smaller. (He's French, I am Polish, by the way.) And here comes the problem....
Your Challenge touches upon an ageless question: Is it possible to be friends with someone who is in love with you but you don’t feel the same? The common answer you will hear from most people is… “NO”. But, you know what? You’ve Got 5 Options is not about “the common answers”. We want to go beyond the “common” and by giving you 5 different solutions, inspire you to find your own way.