"We love to just do normal things, go to the aquarium. But mostly we just really cherish our time at home because lately it’s been tricky.
Chris has been shooting away in Atlanta and I’ve been shooting in L.
It might be your brain has been fried with mind numbing dates... Often, (not always) the older you get the more negative experiences you accumulate and the sense of futility grows and grows. I'm not making light of the frustrations of dating and finding the right person for the first, second, or third time.
At some point, you might be getting ready to call it a day and simply give up on the rat race of dating. Believe me, I write from much experience, not just as a life coach, but as a baby boomer that grew up and burned out on singles dances, vowing never to return.
Or is it that it’s too easy for you to feel like you are not special?How many people are you going to let go of because you are more like a 10 year old girl in a relationship who stomps her feet in fear when a man appears to actually have a life outside of you? )And how long are you going to pretend that you cannot already exist AS love, radiating love and warmth, WHENEVER you choose to, and not have your happiness dependent upon how much attention other people can give you?Here’s the truth: Maybe, you have more spare time than he does. Maybe he is more active than you are and enjoys always doing things and you’re more of a home body."Now that Chris is, like, a crazy huge movie star, going out is just a whole different thing. We look at each other sometimes and we’re like, ‘Oh, my God.' Because it just feels very surreal sometimes since we both grew up in Washington state.We just are sort of cherishing these times." (Pratt became a bona fide A-list heartthrob with hits such as Jurassic World and Guardians of the Galaxy.) Faris and the Parks and Recreation alum, 36, married in 2009 after nearly two years of dating. Anna Faris and her husband, Chris Pratt, are beyond grateful for their careers, but family time with their 3-year-old son, Jack, is what makes them the happiest.