Our relationships can bring us with immense happiness. But what about when they are not working and we need to end them, how do we let go? Here are 5 tips on how to move on with grace from your relationship… 1 Have you made peace with your ex? If not write down the learnings, write down everything you learned from being with them i.e. how has this relationship helped you grow into the person you are today? What has being with him or her done for you as a person, what was posi
Spring is looking promising... Boris announced lately amazing news to finally be set free and a plan to have our lives back!!! Sooooooo!!!! Happy Spring Dating!!!! It’s such a beautiful time of year with all the lovely spring flowers and daffodils coming out, the sun unveiling itself in full warmth. Spring is a great time of year to be making changes to your love life, so you are ready to be meeting people by the summertime. Here’s 4 ways you can spring clean your love life.
Here are the four reasons why: It was an absolutely lovely evening by all accounts. My date was handsome, kind, thoughtful, and the complete opposite of my narcissistic ex. He made me feel safe and comfortable in a way that felt foreign to me. After the date ended we said goodbye and he texted me an hour after I got home to say that he couldn’t wait to see me again. I sat down on the couch, took a deep breath, and burst into heaving sobs. Why did I feel absolutely miserable?
Sometimes, love can exist more in our heads than our hearts. The truth is that we can fall for someone’s potential as easily as we can for their reality, but that feeling isn’t really love; it’s attachment, projection, and hope. Ultimately, you cannot be in a relationship with an idea of someone, and this is how to tell if you’re confusing who you would like them to be with who they really are. 1. You’re more in love when you’re apart. If your relationship does better (or, le
Cheating on a partner is not something many people readily admit to, so it’s near-impossible to put any exact figures on the issue. One study might definitively say it happens in 70 percent of all marriages, while an independent expert could suggest it happens in anywhere from 20 to 60 percent of relationships. However, while (again) the percentages vary wildly, there is one common theme running through all of these statistics: men tend to cheat more than women. Professor Ali
Since the advent of the wheel, people have looked to advancing technologies to improve the quality of their lives. In digital times, there is an app for everything. We can have our food delivered, homes cleaned, waxing appointments scheduled, and bills paid within seconds. Now more than ever, digital sex is the safest route. From education to interactions, technology is changing the way we connect, love, and have sex as well. A panoply of dating apps and websites has given us