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I Went on One Bumble Date and Met the Love of My Life
It’s just one date, it’s no big deal, it’s just one date, it’ll be over soon, I kept chanting in my head as I walked toward the café where I was supposed to have tea with the first guy I’d ever met on a dating app.
5 Uncomfortable Truths About Human Beings Most of Us Hate to Admit
Every time I start talking about poop, I freak people out. Especially if it’s a man who fancies me. And especially because I make it sound like it’s all a completely normal thing to talk about.
How to Bring the Focus Back to Yourself This Year
Hustling can make you feel grand. You’re productive, you’re on a roll, you get things done, bam! You keep yourself busy day after day, you tick off your to-do lists, and every completed task is one inevitable step closer to death.
4 Self-Centered Habits to Abandon If You Want a Fulfilling Serious Relationship
I’d been single for four years before I met my current partner. As much as I cherish having had all that time to myself because it ultimately turned me into the person I am today, it taught me self-centeredness which naturally caused some conflict — mostly inner — when I was faced with the reality of having a relationship.
5 Ways to Make Your Partner Feel More Loved and Relaxed in Bed
Many of us are at least a little insecure when it comes to sex. You might be scared that your body won’t be desirable enough, your performance won’t compare, your partner won’t feel satisfied. Even the most confident ones among us appreciate some reassurance once in a while.
5 Reasons Why Reading Long-Ass Novels Is a Really Cool Idea
Takes a deep breath. I used to be scared of reading long books. Exhales in relief. There, I said it. I’ve never been afraid of reading long novels because of their length or density. Many people find the sheer volume of A Song of Ice and Fire series threatening — not me. I couldn’t care less if I’d have to get through four hundred or four thousand pages, as long as I was having fun.
Why a Woman Should Never Settle for Less in a Man
She thought she could change him. She failed. Again. All that’s left are crushed dreams of what could have been, while fully well knowing that it could never actually have happened. Because he wasn’t who he claimed to be at the beginning. Because he turned into another disappointment.
Reconnecting With “The Sublime” Might Be the Solution to Finding Happiness in Daily Life
What do you imagine when you think of “the sublime”? Nowadays, most of us would say it could be a synonym for “beautiful” or “breath-taking”. However, Dr. Siobhan Lyons doesn’t think that’s the case. I read his article on this topic in Philosophy Now (Issue 132, June/July 2019) some time ago, and I still sometimes find myself wondering about his explanation of the phenomenon.
6 Signs You’ve Found a Healthy and Secure Partner
I’ve had my fair share of unsuccessful relationships. Sometimes I was the one to blame. Sometimes they were. More often than not, it was a mixture of both — our unhealthy behaviour merged into one big disaster of miscommunication and feelings of resentment.