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.
Stop sabotaging your dating life !!!!! As the pandemic we’ve been situated within for the majority of the year extends into an opaque future, it can be easy to grow hopeless when thinking about whether things will return to their previous states. Dating can feel difficult even during the best of times, so one shouldn’t be too hard on themselves if they feel their dating life isn’t going as planned currently. As countries across the world enter a new lockdown, here are dating
Get ready for a better response rate. Early in my career as a copywriter, I learned something useful: If I wrote something that did not work, it was not in my best interest to write the exact same thing again. And yet, it’s what texters everywhere do when trying to get a response from someone they’re into. Hey Hey Hey Stop it. You sound like the mashup of a 7-year-old and a horse. Never fear, my clueless friend. If your texts constantly get crickets in response, you have come
Because most of “the signs” they tell you are garbage If you try to Google “how to know you’re in love,” you’re gonna have a bad time It also doesn’t involve fear of “never being with another woman.” I don’t even know what that is. Low self-esteem? Lack of conviction? Here’s a small sampling: “They’re always on your mind” This is infatuation. If someone’s “always” on your mind, you’re not focused on other Really Important Things and that’s a problem. Real love fits into real
My boyfriend and I made the mad decision to share a place of residence about four months ago (just over a year into our relationship). We merged eggcup collections, bought new sheets, adopted a puppy. We made bottom-dents in our sofa, crowded the shower floor with bottles, learned to wake up together each morning. If you’ve ever lived with a partner, you know all the little joys and quirks and squabbles. If you haven’t — well, please enjoy a chronological succession of the th
I love men. I’m often asked whether I offer dating and relationship coaching for single men dating after 40. I don’t. But I DO help men by helping women who are dating after 40. (It really is ALL about you, ladies!) One of the most transformational ways I support women is by helping you better understand GROWNUP men. The vast majority of these guys are not the self-centered, testosterone-led, immature boys you met (and maybe married) in your 20s or 30s. Like you, the men you’
Newly single Sophia Money-Coutts reports from the frontline of the 30-something dating scene, where she’s encountered all of the following... Dating in your twenties is easy. Not everybody’s married, there’s more choice than at a cheesemonger’s. But, BANG! You hit 30 and the men seem to dwindle. I recently went to a wedding where there were 27 single women and two single men. But don’t panic – the good news is there are still some out there; the bad news is that they’ll likel
The Coronavirus pandemic has made people slow down when it comes to new relationships. Will it last? As someone born in the early 80s, I have vivid memories of talking to my boyfriend on the phone, lying on my bed, with my fingers tangled in the spirals of the phone cord. He went to a different school in another city, so the phone was where we developed our relationship, slowly, over hours of phone calls interspersed with trips to the mall where we held hands and ate nachos.