Moving in with your significant other is a big step in a relationship and it’s more than okay to be scared. So much is left to question – will he…
- Matters of the HeartRelationships
After several years of watching countless relationships both prosper and deteriorate, I’ve found that contrary to popular belief there are several ways to speak love, give love and feel love.…
With minimalism in mind when it comes to living simply to improve our quality of life, what would happen if we applied these values to our relationships?
In every breakup there’s a hero and a villain, but what if you’re both? However, where there’s bad there is good…
I’ve left myself out of the dating game a little too long. The longer I leave it the more impossible it seems to re-ignite this part of my life.
Whatever your coping methods may be, it’s a terrible time, but believe it or not, every breakup has an upside. A breakup can be a truly constructive experience and often, a turning point in a young person’s life.
Someone once told me that when the pain of staying the same is greater than the pain of changing. You will change. It will be inevitable because you just can’t take it anymore. You can’t be stuck and hurting forever.
Love tank? It’s the idea that your heart is this empty tank that you can fill with love from different sources. It’s not the idea of being empty that’s the centre of this. It’s more about finding those sources that you can expect to pour into your tank whenever you feel lacking.
For about two years now, I’ve been in a long distance relationship. My boyfriend lives 13,875 km away from me, three continents…
It is excruciating to feel so incomplete all the time. Like suddenly, you’ve lost a part of your leg and now you have this unforgiving limp. But if I’m being completely honest, I think every relationship needs to experience long distance at least once.
Being in a long distance relationship may seem like a lot of work, but here I will share with you these five keys that I guarantee will keep the sparkle shining.
The newness of my long Rapunzel hair wore off in a week and then it was back to the same old thing. His coldness, my insecurity. His disregard, my pain. It finally became clear to me that no matter what I did, this man would never love me.
Man. What does it mean? We speak, hear, act and reference this word on a consecutive basis but, as women, do we honestly know the true-fashioned meaning?
Growing up in the world of Disney and Jane Austen, I had this dream. This ideal that once it would become true, I knew I could finally be happy. Like most girls do, this fantasy of finding prince charming is undeniably relevant to my not so princess self. Oh, prince charming.
It seems like the signs are all there – that moving in together would be seamless. But even with these signifiers, why do you still feel hesitation?