You can practically already hear your family saying, 2. When you hang out together, you feel positive and happy. When you do have a conflict, you’re both willing to work on your faults and behavioural patterns to improve the relationship.
There’s fun, playfulness and laughter in abundance in your relationship. You know that you’ll both support each other as you work to improve yourselves.
We broke up and got back together a bunch of times, so I didn’t tell anyone we broke up until recently.
Also, we are […] Read more Dear Sara: When I’m dating, I really struggle with how to answer questions about my (lack of) relationship history.
In the wake of her brother’s death, her fiancé breaks up with her and her life falls apart. First, she moves […] Read more Dating can be exciting, exhilarating, and, naturally, nerve-wracking!
While there are many things you can do to relieve stress, one aspect that you may not have considered is how creating a mindset of mindfulness may help to navigate the difficulties that all of us inevitably encounter along the way.
It had been ages since I’d felt that way about anyone, and I was so happy and relieved.
I was sure he felt the […] Read more What is self-esteem?
Your self-esteem reflects the core beliefs you have about yourself.
In dating, the smartest thing you can do is to find a partner who has good self-esteem.
You can practically already hear your family saying, A solid understanding of what a healthy relationship feels like will help you have the clarity to recognise the right partner when they come along.
Remember: there’s a lesson in every relationship (no matter how short), but only if we open our eyes to what’s right in front of us.
Turns out we have polar opposite views on these two confounding words. The explanation for this dating/seeing confusion, as I see it, seems to lie in the biggest scapegoat of modern romance: Hookup Culture.