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Millennials have found a new way to sabotage relationships.

“I was seeing someone for a few months and it was going well, but it felt like the dust had started to settle a bit,” Anna, a cushioner who didn’t want to disclose her full name for personal reasons, told the Tab.

“I still liked him, but wasn’t entirely sure I wanted him to be my boyfriend and was in limbo.

Meanwhile, Rosie believes cushioning lets her channel her neurosis on guys she’s not that interested in, while still keeping her cool with her main flame.

“When I really like a guy, I find a ‘B team’ guy to keep on the side to channel my crazy,” Rosie told the Tab.

The best way to cope with failure is to work on improving. I fairly certain I will never be a pro basketball player or a concert pianist who at Carnegie Hall. Anyone with average intelligence can improve when it comes to dating, and improving is what's important. I'm 20 years into an amazing, happy marriage, and it's still daily work. I'm not willing to try 100 times." That means you know something about yourself. I wish I was better at it, but the truth is, my wish isn't all that strong.