Dating: Do's & Don'ts
Dating is complicated. So we simplified it for you. What to do and what not to do - the Dating edition.
Are you fed up in your relationship?
As a Coach I have had many enquires about Relationship Coaching due to many couples having problems with their partner, especially during this time.
Ready, Set... Oh no, wait...
Once upon a time, there was a girl who was in a relationship for a very long time. So long, in fact, that online dating was still in its infancy when she got into her long-term relationship. When she found herself (suddenly) single in her early thirties, she had no clue how to meet people in the wild, let alone on online platforms… what the hell is Bumble? Tinder isn’t just used for hookups anymore? What does one say, wear, act, eat, drink…? She didn’t know anything about dating! One thing she did know, however? She was ready to date.
How to Improve Your Relationship
One day while I was out running errands I passed by a couple who was having a disagreement in the aisle I was in. I overheard what was said but when I made it back home I sat back and asked, “Do I treat and react like that in my relationships”? I know no one is prefect and sometimes we let our anger overpower our actions without thinking about who’s around, who hears you, and what we let come out of our mouths. My overthinking bought me to write down ways people could improve and easily deescalate a situation without leaving each person feeling sad, upset, hurt, unheard, and misunderstood.
Best Pieces Of Marriage Advice
I was at Punjabi matrimony and throughout the day the groom wandered around with a little pad and paper asking everyone for their best pieces of relationship advice. I presumed this was great and it led me to some interesting and fun conversations.
Six ways to keep your relationship blissful. Let's start by saying, I am no love guru or therapist. I don't have scientific facts about relationships but my own. I've had my fair share of relationships, both fantastic and nurturing, to abusive and emotional. Some couples love the dramatics that occurs in their relationship, I for one, do not. If you're looking for ways to add drama to your relationship, then this post is not for you. If you're looking for a natural way to reach relationship bliss, I may be able to help.
Modern Male Behavior Is All Women's Fault!
Listen ladies, before you tie me up and burn me at the stake, make sure you read this article until the very end. I’m not necessarily saying male behavior is all your fault, but rather, it’s collectively women’s fault ingeneral. If you’re sick and tired of the insane things men do (um, I am!), then this article is for you. It’s important to remember that just one woman cannot single handedly change all men and their inappropriate behavior, but there are things that you as an individual can do to stop this craziness. Just imagine if all women starting working together to stop the unacceptable things men do! Let's start right now.
If You're Wondering Why You Suck at Dating, This Is Probably Why
The truth is: not everyone wants to flit from one person to the next for the rest of their lives. You're at that stage where you want to get serious, but every relationship you put effort into still seems to fizzle out after a certain period of time. You wonder if it's something you said, or something you did since every relationship ends up the same way, and you eventually conclude that it's probably a weird combination of both of those things. Coincidence? Possibly. Is there a lesson that can be learned here? Absolutely.
Stage 5 Clinger
Women. Do you ever run away from something that could be great when the guy is showing that he is SUPER into you? Do you ever feel pressured, or scared, and instantaneously think that you're not good enough. Do you feel that your freedom is about to be whisked away from under your feet... The minute women solemnly "like" a guy, this is EXACTLY how men feel. And don't you think, if the relationship succeeds, you very quickly lose yourself after you automatically go into the "care-for-him-mode". Let me say this. He doesn't need caring. He is grown. How do you think he got to the age he is now? And paying rent and working a job? He doesn't need you coming into his life and being his mother. He already has one of those, and I can tell you now he's definitely not looking for another! Most importantly do you really want to completely loose yourself—worth and soul—only five months into this "relation-shit"?? And then spend another year after you break-up trying to find that person who you used to be—all over again?
The Reason Why Date Nights Are Not Always Warm and Fuzzy
I ask people the definition of the word inhibit and often they pause. They begin to describe to me when someone has inhibitions.
How to Attract (and Keep!) the Partner You've Been Looking For
When we experience disappointment in any relationship, especially a romantic one, it is extremely tempting to slip into the blame game, focusing on everything the other person said or did wrong. When I recently went through a breakup, I was given a lot of support from friends who were subscribed to the Kate’s ex is a jerk mentality.
Going on a date can be nerve racking, especially the first date. After all, first impressions matter and the date can determine if things go further. Many daters fall into the trap of being too impressive. They want to spend all this money in hopes that it will impress their date. However, this can be a mistake. So, here are some fun cheap date ideas.
Is Fighting in a Relationship Healthy?
Can fighting in a relationship be healthy? A certain amount of conflict is natural and to be expected. It doesn't matter what kind of relationship we have with a person, conflict will occur at some point. This will also be true for our romantic partners. So if fights occur naturally, why do we worry about it in our relationships?