Anyway, I feel like there was definitely a moment last night when we both said to ourselves, “Damn, are we actually doing this?! We went to our first couples therapy session together. He’s afraid of his commitment issues and doesn’t want to hurt me since he respects me. I learned early on that money does not make me happy. In therapy we talked about how I am extremely picky about who I date. I’ve wondered where the feelings actually come from, so I did some reading about it tonight. The play paints a pretty bleak picture of Americans in “Generation Me.” Maybe slightly ironic in the context of this project . The long distance scared him, and he broke off the relationship when she got back. I was slightly shaken up after the play so I told Tim about it to explain why I was acting strangely.” Is there anything that you want to do differently? I did insist that I pay for dinner since it was technically our first “date.” Additional comments? She texted me later that night: Did you see Timothy today? I go to therapy on my own, and have always enjoyed it. There are actually statistics that show that salary increase only make people happier until basic needs of food and water are met. How do you feel about this relationship/project right now? However, when I do decide I really like someone, I am quick to jump into a relationship in order to test it out and see how it goes. Apparently, the feeling of falling in love is wired in us to help the survival of our species. I try not to look back too much and get caught up in the past, but sometimes it does unexpectedly creep back up on me. The misunderstanding and the Auto Correct drive me nuts. Between work functions and personal plans, I haven’t had a night off in over 10 days. As we were sitting in the theater waiting for the play to start, I was looking around everywhere.
How do you feel about this relationship/project right now? However, this couples thing doesn’t feel natural or easy. Jessie didn’t like that I talked about how we approach money differently.This is something we’ve never discussed, although we have been flirtatious with each other in the past. Chemicals like dopamine and norepinephrine are released when in love. When I have a crazy day at work, I often forget to check my cell phone. Anyway, we went to the Off-Broadway play, Did anything interesting happen? Jessie told me some very personal stuff that’s happened in her life. Apparently she doesn’t check her texts much, which I somehow did not know. The intimate talk and the crisp spring air made our walk home feel a bit romantic. Well I certainly won’t text her if I need to get a hold of her. I think Jessie caught me looking at the Knicks score on my phone during the play. After some awkward glances, we both admitted that we do find each other attractive. The chemicals increases energy, increases focus, and helps make us feel fucking awesome all the time. Actually, sometimes I don’t bring it to the studio at all. I guess I should look into an app that downloads texts to the computer. I’m happy she did, and that she trusted me enough to tell me. , the 35-year-old opens up about her nearly nine-year engagement to her fiancé David Otunga, revealing that she doesn’t mind delaying the nuptials. “He ain’t going nowhere.” Former pro wrestler Otunga, 37, proposed to Hudson in September 2008 after less than a year of dating.The love birds welcomed their first child, David Jr., 7, nearly a year later in August 2009, with the singer’s rep telling PEOPLE that she parents were “ecstatic.” About a month after becoming engaged, tragedy struck.