When I first moved to New York, I fell into the arms of a guy who seemed to have all the qualities fit for me — a driven, “world-is-my-oyster” kind of gal. But the more time we spent together, I began to realize my big appetite for success was, actually, feeding his insecurities.
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If chivalry means footing the bill, a new study suggests it just may be dead.
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