Converge's most read articles of 2013
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Converge’s most read articles of 2013

Because New Year’s Eve and reminiscing about the past year go hand in hand, we thought we’d compile all the favourites from 2013. Just in case you liked them so much the first time, you want to read them all over again.

The most read articles of 2013 on Converge:

13) MY WIFE HAS ANOREXIA

One man’s story of living with his wife’s disease.

12) 5 TIPS FOR GIRLS “IN WAITING” — FROM A GUY

How to make the best of your situation while waiting for your Prince Charming to come along.

11) 5 WAYS TO KEEP YOUR ACADEMIC ROMANCE ALIVE

Like any relationship, once the sparks die down, love becomes less of a wind that sweeps you off your feet and more of a deliberate choice.

10) WHY SAYING “MARRIAGE ISN’T FOR YOU” IS NAIVE

A response to Seth Adam Smith’s viral blog post entitled “Marriage Isn’t For You.”

9) HOW TO MAKE MONEY WHILE TRAVELLING

So you want to see the world but you’re up to your ears in debt? Here are a few suggestions to make money while travelling.

8) WHY I USE SEX

Sex can be one of the best ways to deal with hardship, to remind you and your spouse that you are still alive and connected.

7) WHAT NOBODY WILL TELL YOU ABOUT YOUR 20S

Advice for 20-somethings on how to survive and thrive the decade.

6) MARRIAGE: THINK YOU’RE READY?

The scariest part about marriage? You can’t hide your “ugly” anymore.

5) WHY GUYS NEED “THE TALK”

This level of accountability with your girlfriend’s dad will go a long way towards your personal growth as well as towards the health of your dating relationship.

4) WHY YOU SHOULD TRAVEL YOUNG

You won’t always be young. And life won’t always be just about you. So get out there.

3) SINGLE AND NOT WAITING

Man (or woman)-less or not, get excited to wake up every morning because it means you get to spend another day with the God who created the universe.

2) ON GETTING #ENGAGED

Our generation has become infatuated with celebrating the act of becoming engaged, rather than celebrating the act of two people committing their lives to one another.

1) 26, UNMARRIED, AND CHILDLESS

When people remind you that you’re far behind where one would expect to be at your age, you can feel broken. Inadequate. Or like you’ve done something wrong.

Kona