It's cringe-y enough when you remember your first AIM screen name or Hotmail email address (I'm pretty mine had something to do with crazygurl1987 because the year I was born is so important amirightguys?), and you might think that as …
It's true that relationships affect your self-esteem, and it's sort of a viscous cycle, because those with low self-esteem have been found to be more likely to stay in bad relationships.
Everything feels cheesier and forced when you're trying to get the conversation going, but it's like ripping off a bandaid — soon, the hard part will be over and you'll feel so much better.
I don't think there's anything wrong with being someone who prefers to be in a relationship, but it's something different when you can't handle being on your own.
The difficult truth about a lot of toxic relationships is that they often don’t start out the way. Manipulative people have a way of drawing people in and then, little by little, letting their toxic behavior take over.
While we hear a lot about communication, trust, and compromise, there’s another important facet of relationship that doesn’t get the attention it deserves: forgiveness.
In fact, having the courage and the honesty to admit when things aren’t clicking isn’t a sign of weakness in your relationship, it’s a sign of strength. Because every single marriage has its problems and its stresses.
But when it actually gets down to the nitty gritty of it, and have to look out what we actually prioritize in a relationship, it turns out sex, or even chemistry, isn't the most important thing. Not by a long …
Because there are some things that, no matter how obsessed or in love you are, just aren't sustainable. Sometimes it's just not meant to be.
They say that to see if you're ready to have kids you should try getting a dog, but honestly, getting a dog together is pretty much as a big of a commitment.