So it turns out everything my mom told me about being a late bloomer was wrong.
I went on a date with a guy who was single for the first time in 10 YEARS but was insisting he wasn't going through any rebound at all and loved being single, as he twitched and played with his …
It lets you keep all of your Facebook messages, Instagram photos, emails, texts, and pretty much anything else to do with you and your ex all in one place.
When we’re stressed, when we’re frustrated, when we’re just at the end of our rope, it’s easy to stop communicating in a constructive way and reach to whatever you can in order to get your point across. And, all too …
Getting a pet with your partner is a big step—so big, in fact, that many couples joke it’s a test run to becoming parents. But even though we may think of pets as a type of parenthood light, we still …
Wedding planning, with all of the pressure that entails, can be an incredibly revealing time. You may start to notice incompatibilities or sides of your partner that you have never seen before—and that can be really worrying.
And it can be difficult to navigate different people and their emotions, because some people are far more emotionally complex than others. Sometimes, dealing with someone who isn’t particularly emotionally intelligent can be tricky.
But that understanding can sometimes lead to a pressure—to this idea that you and your partner should always be together. And that’s not the case.
If you feel like you’ve just been through a war and you’re not sure why, you may just be feeling the after-effects of the December through January rush — also known as engagement season.
Everyone is taking about ghosting, first lamenting the practice and then the inevitable pushback by its defenders.