She also spoke about the anxiety she felt after undergoing plastic surgery earlier this year to make her face look more feminine, echoing similar comments she made to that were printed on June 1, in a cover story in which she revealed her female name and look."I had a hard time waking up and I had a massive panic attack," she told Lauer. I turned the TV on, I had to get distracted."Caitlyn also said she has no regrets about transitioning." just want my family to be OK," she said. You transition, your whole family goes through this... They've been a blessing in my life, you know, and you don't want anything to hurt them, and you wonder, 'Are you doing the right thing? Other research in that same journal showed that one-third of unions end in the first three months of reuniting." data-reactid="26"Except, not really.Reuniting after an LDR comes with its own set of relationship challenges.For the Boomers, 48 per cent were in a serious relationship during their twenties.
"Certainly that love and compassion, I have no idea what that would be in the future but I'm kind of open to anything."Caitlyn spoke to Lauer over a game of golf, one of her favorite pastimes."The question has been, 'Playing with boobs,'" Caitlyn joked."And can we say, for the record, you brought boobs up? "As far as the full swing, I really haven't noticed any difference, OK? In my head, when I shut my eyes, it was just, like, 'My God, what did you just do?
The most strking change is that a slim majority of Gen Y twenty-somethings now live with their parents (51 per cent).
In 1998, fewer than a third (31 per cent) of Gen X twenty-somethings were living at home.
Most research on the topic suggests geographically challenged couples are more likely to idealize their partners than couples who live close to each other, leading to unrealistic expectations.
Hate to break it to you, but there’s a whole new set of challenges you’ll likely face. (Or long-distance relationship, for the uninitiated.)how you do it.”" data-reactid="20"Doomed. And the longer you go without seeing someone, the greater your chances of winding up in Splitsville." data-reactid="21"To some extent, such assessments are accurate.