Caitlin Rondino

Bio

Caitlin Rondino is currently still at Stony Brook University wandering through majors, but as of now is pursuing a degree in journalism as well as a Masters in Business Administration. Unsure of what she wants to do with her life, she leaves herself open to every possible experience for inspiration.

The 10 Most Important Life Lessons I've Learned The Hard Way Over The Years

By Caitlin Rondino
During my teen years, I insisted on learning things in the hardest ways humanly possible. I was naïve, manipulative, shifty, misguided and, above all else, totally dumb. Maybe I thought I was making the best possible decisions for myself at the…

Why Women Always Fall For Unavailable Guys

By Caitlin Rondino
You have straight, bright white teeth. You have a rockin’ bod that would look fantastic in a potato sack if you chose to wear one. You have an eclectic group of friends. You’re the life of the party in social situations and most likely, guys flock…

The 15 Reasons For Every Woman To Be Grateful For Her Vagina

By Caitlin Rondino
There’s no way around it; it’s a pain in the ass to be a woman.  We deal with the month-to-month bullsh*t that is menstruation. We carry the babies, we deliver them, and we nurse them. Then, to add insult to countless vaginal injuries, just when we…

Ladies, Could A Younger Man Be Better?

By Caitlin Rondino
It’s common for women to go after guys similar to their age or older. Does an age gap imply an increased level of maturity and the ability to act “accordingly” in a relationship, when the man is older than the woman? No, I believe that’s a crock of…

How To Establish And Maintain Your Dating Standards

By Caitlin Rondino
Having high standards is not gender related. It does not only apply to ‘high maintenance’ women, but rather, it’s a gender-neutral concept. Guys have their preferences, as do girls. Women who go after men with fat wallets and great bodies are just…

How To Handle Your Weaknesses

By Caitlin Rondino
When we were children, our parents placed us in a variety of extracurricular activities to open us up to new experiences and help determine what we might enjoy doing in life. Maybe you played sports or had piano lessons after school. My parents…

Is His Girlfriend Your Problem?

By Caitlin Rondino
Maybe you’ve known this guy for a while, you’re friends with him or he’s somebody you work with. This is someone you’ve spent significant time with and maybe that attraction wasn’t always there, but it’s certainly here now and becoming the elephant…

Leave Your Friends Out Of Your Relationships

By Caitlin Rondino
Not everyone has a large group of friends, some only have very few whom they are close with or maybe just one. In reality, that’s all you need. The larger your “close” social circle is, the more nonsense you’re signing up to deal with. This doesn’t…

10 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Give A Sh*t What People Think

By Caitlin Rondino
There are places where some of us are required to tone down our identities just because we have to look professional, like a job or an internship. This is completely understandable because they’re paying you; whether it’s currency or experience, it…

Why You Can't Bullsh*t A Relationship

By Caitlin Rondino
Although we all expect and appreciate honesty when dating someone, many of those same people have a hard time returning the favor. I understand it can be difficult to tell the truth about our intentions because of the emotional investment by either…

Be Smart And Get Tested

By Caitlin Rondino
We’re all sexual creatures and it’s completely natural. At this age, there’s no reason to settle down with anyone other than ourselves and we have the option to sleep with any worthwhile opportunity that presents itself. It’s summer time, so…

How To Deal With Your Break Up

By Caitlin Rondino
Letting go of someone is a scary feat to tackle. I’ve spent much time observing why people stay in relationships or handle break ups so terribly. It’s unfortunate I have to admit that I’ve seen many more unhappy and ill-fitting relationships than I…

Dealing With A Perceived Lack Of Success

By Caitlin Rondino
The socially accepted and expected norm for a 20-something-year-old is to get into college, pursue a degree, graduate and go on to contribute to the world in some way. Hopefully you will have acquired a steady peer group, a job that fulfills your…