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The Risks Of Writing

The Risks Of Writing

Have you ever wanted to send an email, write a blogpost or even just a Facebook update, but decided not to? I once sat in a train across from a guy who was completely absorbed in the writing of a letter. It was clearly a love letter: the feverish focus on his face, the insecure … Continue reading

Love, Risks and Adventure

Love, Risks and Adventure

“What do you mean you’re not sure you could live in New Zealand?” Asked Nick, my Kiwi fiancé, 3 months ago. “When we started dating, you said you could totally imagine a life there.” “I know I said that,” I replied. “But when I met you I’d just arrived in Switzerland; I had no friends, … Continue reading

How to be Jealous in Style

How to be Jealous in Style

He that is not jealous is not in love. St. Augustine. In jealousy there is more self-love than love. La Rochefoucauld. Is jealousy a component of love just as much as snuggling in sleeping bags or looking for a kitten together? Several of my girlfriends complained recently that their boyfriend was not jealous at all. Nick is … Continue reading

Friends with Limited Benefits

Friends with Limited Benefits

Being an extremely attractive French woman, I’ve always had trouble managing my desirability with my male friends. I have lost all of them at some point. Partly because they wanted my body, partly because I could not help seducing them. Now that I’m engaged and that I made new male friends, I want to work out … Continue reading