Actually he has much more interesting ideas for Jillian and her bedposts, but his student visa's set expiration date means he can't promise her forever.
That doesn't mean he's going to walk away from the challenge of discovering why Jillian is hell-bent at keeping people at a distance.
We will explore the crossroads with moral injury, the soul wound.
Twenty-one year-old Jillian Nichols only has one rule when it comes to boys: catch and release.
Boy-catching isn't just a game for Jillian and her friends, it's a lifestyle.
I remember recounting one of our conversations to a college friend and she responded with “I love your optimism that the right guy is out there. Or maybe you didn’t track the ‘right kind’ of fish. This blog series is about some of my entertaining forays into the wild world of dating-Catch and Release style.
God bless ya.” I wasn’t sure if that was a compliment, insult or both. I’ll be posting some of my stories from my dating years back in the day and add other women’s stories into the mix.
Finally, a correlation between moral injury and chronic relapse, suicide, overdoses, spiritual therapies and interventions will be presented.
Until now passivity has been one of the least studied, discussed, and explained aspects of human behavior.
Until she meets Liam Mc Avoy, the kind of guy that sticks around to make waffles and who can't—or perhaps won't—take a hint.
Study abroad student Liam doesn't want to be another notch on Jillian's bedpost.
Before long, neither is sure who is catching who—or if they're playing for keeps.
Jillian knows one thing though: falling in love will not only break the only rule of boy-catching, it could also break her heart.
Conversation turned to one of our inevitable conversations—our dating escapades.