No matter how independent you want to be, or are, we can all struggle with being alone sometimes.
Just because you're in your late 20s— and because you haven't dated before— doesn't mean you have to settle.
It’s a fine line between wasting your time in a relationship that is going nowhere, and giving your partner a second chance.
Even though it becomes such an ingrained part of our vocabularies that we often rattle off apologies without even thinking, it’s not good for us—and it’s not good for our relationships, romantic and otherwise.
Because dating a psychopath is a pretty rare occurrence — psychopaths only make up about one percent of the population.
Whether it's the lack of quality time, the mismatched schedules, maybe even the constant worrying that they're not being faithful, dating someone long-distance is definitely not for the faint of heart.
We all start to feeling tangled up at the idea of having to have a deep chat about what's bothering us, and it can feel so much easier just to avoid it all together.
For some reason, one of the worst pieces of dating advice is one one that’s stood the test of time: If you like someone, you should play hard to get.
Sometimes, though, you can feel that something's not quite right during sex, and you may not be performing as well as you can.
If you’re someone who struggles with anxiety already, it’s easy to see why texting would exacerbate that.
If you find that you're constantly swiping and never talking to anyone, or letting conversations go cold, or even just feeling completely overwhelmed by the sheer number of people on the internet you may want to take a break and look offline.
Any beginner's guide to rough sex will lay out different ways to play, but it's only by talking it out and trying it that you're going to find out what's right for you.
Sometimes relationships can bounce back from infidelity, sometimes they don't, but we still don't know that much about why cheating happens.