Hosted by Brooke De Vard from her apartment in downtown NYC, the Naked Beauty Podcast is a show dedicated to real talk about beauty with the girls who get it.
At a school where enthusiasm is more infectious than an HIV patient, not being pro-Michigan is like not having a soul.It's being able to look into that person's face and see his commitment to you. Most people would only be able to hold out for so long before the arms of somebody way more convenient (and local) start looking real good.If you're one of the good ones, you'll end your long distance relationship before it comes to the cheating stage.If you have a pulse, walk on two legs, and live in the continental United States, you either went to Michigan or know someone who does.With a teeming undergraduate population of close to 30,000, the odds are ever in your favor of being 1-2 degrees of separation from a Michigan alum.They're doing what most of us do, except they're making it a thousand times harder than it needs to be.Relationships are often confusing, brain-hurting messes of enigmas, even without 5000 miles in between you and your significant other.You're putting a lot of faith in someone far far away, who you often have no reliable means of checking up on (internet video chats don't count). In long distance relationships, you see each other so infrequently that it's tough to build up that trust. Statistically, you're probably going to think about cheating.Building trust is a key component in any relationship, and building that trust requires face time. You visit each other, then go back to your separate lives, without a clue what the other person is doing while you're away for the next 5 weeks. Unlike cheating when your significant other lives down the block, cheating in long distance relationships is slightly understandable. Cheating is terrible, and I highly suggest not doing it to anyone.] You can't see your significant other whenever you want, unlike in most relationships, and you're only human.In-staters: In-staters are, incidentally, those students that hail from the state of Michigan.They pay approximately 5 dollars annually and can’t fathom why anyone out-of-state would pay close to ,000 to attend.