But as soon as I started feeling weirdly restless— always a precursor to bad anxiety— I know I have to get out and run to keep myself, and my relationship, happy.
Sometimes it's your fault, sometimes it's your partners, sometimes it's no one's, but in any case, there's always something to be learned.
But some behaviors are beyond inexcusable. And, no matter how much you love them, you need to put yourself first.
We often associate summer with flings and fun, but new data shows it's also the season for something a little more sinister — like the most popular time for cheating.
Although when you love someone it should come naturally, you need to show it in your actions to make your partner feel it too.
Many of us, as we move into adulthood, look for one definite moment or milestone or marker that we have finally reached ~adult status~.
But one of the hardest ways a relationship or dating situation can end is not with a huge blowout or a lot of tears, it's when your partner doesn't really have an explanation, when they just sort of... lose interest in …
It's easy to start wondering if the amount of sex you're having is the same as everyone else. Over the course of a relationship, the amount that feels right to you might change — and then you might wonder all the more.
But there's no real relationship without love, and not feeling loved in your relationship really hurts.
So although cutting yourself off emotionally is one of the oldest self-protection tricks in the book, it actually hurts you in the long run.