In honor of Valentine’s Day, some of our own MFF staff offer their thoughts and advice on Love…
Talia Corren: To me, love is about honoring what happens when it’s not a holiday. When there aren’t flowers. When you haven’t washed your hair. When you can just BE with someone and feel recognized – in the good and the bad. It’s letting yourself be seen.
Chris Crowthers: Don’t go to bed mad 🙂
Elizabeth Stacey: I’ve found that the key to a healthy relationship spans far beyond love: it’s about total respect, total trust and total admiration. With a dash of total obsession, too. 😉
Alison Quinones: The best thing in life is finding someone who knows all your flaws, mistakes, and weaknesses and still thinks you’re completely amazing.
Brian Crowley: When I was growing up my mother used to say to us “Find a smart girl who can make you laugh.” She also said, “Stay away from girls they are nothing but trouble.” I was a very confused child. I chose the latter. #BabyGay
Matt Wilson: The Thermodynamics of Love: both parties must get more out than they put in, otherwise you’ll end up with nothing to give.
Tayte Hanson: Learn to love everything about yourself and you will become a magnet for love.
Katie Kaufman: When you find your person, don’t ever let them go.
Prescott Seymour: “To love oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance.” – Oscar Wilde
Michael Keeler: Sorry, I already found the best man on the planet – everyone else is screwed.
Alex Rubin: There are three sides to every argument: your side, their side, and the truth. Love is the courage to find the truth together.
Carly Knight: “Go find yourself first, so you can also find me.” – Rumi