”“ Like that freckle on my face that he once told me that he loved……I could do my best to hide it during the day, but at night, after I washed the city off my face there it was, a tiny brown dot near the tip of my lip.
And I wondered how something so small could suddenly seem so big.”“ That night I started to think about belief.
Instead we have breakfast at 7 am and affairs we try to forget as quickly as possible. (bangs on the table) Why do I keep doing this to myself? When it comes to relationships, how do you know when enough is enough? When it comes to relationships, is it smarter to follow your heart or your head?
Self protection and closing the deal are paramount. Season 1, Episode 12, : One minute he’s all over me, and the next minute he’s pushing me away. Carrie voice-over (while hugging Aiden after he offered to strip her floors): Here in my arms was a guy who wanted to make my home better.
In fact, it’s a common belief that a relationship without pain is a relationship not worth having. But how do we know when the growing pains stop, and the pain pains take over? Tied myself to a man who was terrified of being tied down. Would I never run into Big, and would there ever be a good time to see him? Carrie voice-over: It’s a pretty common belief that women tend to use the left, more emotional side of their brain, and men the right, more logical side. It seems that when it comes to the affairs of the heart, there is a battle between what we know and what we feel.
No one has breakfast at Tiffany’s and no one has affairs to remember. Are we masochists or optimists if we continue to walk that fine line? But what do you do when you find yourself in a situation that leads back and forth between left and right side?Carrie and Stanford have a long-standing relationship built within their younger, wilder days in the New York Cityclub and bar scene in the 1980s.He had said that they have been friends since Carrie was riding the subways and wearing Candie's.Carrie sometimes calls him "Stanny" Marcus and Stanford start dating in Season 5. Anthony snubs Stanford, which results in resentment and competition ensues for the entire show run.However, in the first film, the two are seen kissing at a New Year's Eve party, and then get married in the sequel.Stanford is professionally a success and greatly enjoys working with attractive young men, occasionally the same targets as the girls, but has a better instinct to tell which share his preference.