Dating an artist
Basically, if you're in for the long haul, you don't have to worry about him ever forgetting your birthday or, later in life, who you are.
Granted, was a beautiful story (thank you, Ryan Gosling!
This time we're looking at artists and all the great things about them. It's no wonder that psychologists suggest things like art therapy for those trying to work out their problems; it's because art has a way of making things better.If you don’t get quirky, eloquent and engaged response to questions like “what would you like for tea? Don’t listen to the words that they’re saying, listen to the Artists are constantly volatile and passionate, and they always experience emotions on a more deep level than you, like Deanna Troi from Star Trek, or a dog. Roll a slice of ham under the doorway periodically, but in a non-intrusive way.Expect anniversary presents to include a dead fox from the garden, amateurishly taxidermized and wearing a mask of your face, or a drawing of God being sad on a stained Nando’s napkin. They despise breaks and holidays because it gets them away from their job, which doesn’t really stress them out because it isn’t really a job. They don’t have a work life balance because their work their life, like a Necromancer or a Superhero or a Police Dog. They don’t understand grown-up stuff All artists are massive children, so don’t expect them to comprehend basic adult tasks like scheduling events, following rules and adding up money.Make sure they’re checking their emails at 4am and giving business cards out at funerals. After all, these are people who have voluntarily chosen a career that pays poverty wages, rather than something sensible.