Most recently published stories in Humans.
Don't Ignore the "Red Flags" on the First Few Dates!
“Be aware of the big red flags & maintain some boundaries when you are dating!” Famous last words right?? It is not easy today in the world of relationships, dating and rarely meeting someone in a face to face scenario. Everyone is behind their technology screens and hoping & praying that they find someone they can eventually fall in love with.
Can You Trust A Guy Who Ghosted Someone Else?
Ghosting is a sad reality in today's modern dating scene. It's the act of disappearing without a warning or a trace as a way to break up with someone. Most people agree it's an act of cowardice that says volumes about the person who does it.
You Want to Get Married, But Your Partner Doesn't
I remember my last serious relationship. It was with a guy who had been dating me for years, and it was one of those relationships that everyone felt was going to go the distance. Like many people, I was really looking forward to being married to a man I thought loved me.
Questions That Can Bring You Closer
Often, couples long to come closer to one another, to know one another intimately and intrinsically, but often they do not know the ways to bring one another closer together. Words often fail to relay this. Direct confrontation by way of conversations leaves dangling threads that accomplish little of your goals.
Find Another Pond
Dating is supposed to be fun but somehow we’ve turned it into a stressful and frustrating event. Have you noticed a pattern? Are you stuck with the same type of person over and over again expecting something different? Have you given up hope on finding love? Well maybe it is time to fish in another pond. Stop going after the same qualities as the last while expecting a different outcome–that, my friend, is the definition of insanity! Go after a someone who is opposite from what you’re used to. This will give you an opportunity to see what the world has to offer.
How To Not Hate Your Husband After Kids
According to multiple studies, having a child is the third most traumatic and life-changing event that a young person can experience. It's filled with more chaos and turmoil than being locked up, getting seriously ill, or even losing your job.
President Trump And First Lady Sleep In Separate Beds?
There are several reasons why someone might not sleep in the same bed as their spouse. Snoring. Illness. Different shifts. There does not need to be a dramatic reason that might cause two individuals to no longer share a bed, as has been suggested as far as President Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump are concerned.
Why We Should Never Throw Away Photos of a Road Trip Taken With an Ex
"Yeah, one day, when you're a cute little old lady with white hair, you'll be telling your grandchildren all about 'that mean bastard, ____.'"
He was named after the holiday, She didn't understand the meaning to care anyway. He loved every aspect of it, She didn't understand it one bit.
Asking and Explaining
We know that infidelity often results in breakups, divorces and social stigmatization. Western society has frowned upon straying from one’s intimate partner, from the widespread reproach of public figures such as former president Bill Clinton, presidential hopeful John Edwards, actress Kristen Stewart, and professional golfer Tiger Woods, among others. Indeed, partner’s betrayal makes for great emotional upset, perpetuating verbal and even physical abuse. What exactly drives people to cheat? It’s worth examining the literature on people’s reactions and ways of addressing infidelity across genders, social status, and age. Further, cheating may be motivated by fulfillment of needs, the desire for self-growth, and different personality types.
Is a Sense of Humor Key to a Successful Relationship?
A sense of humor often seems to be one of the most important elements of a romantic relationship. So often, when someone is asked why they love their partner, they will reply with a shrug, and just say "He makes me laugh." That's all that is needed for the romantic floodgates to open.
Don't Touch My Stuff!
Quietly, with absolutely no fanfare or public announcement, I have declared, “War”! I admit that I have a mild propensity to let things pile up. Horizontal surfaces around the house provide opportunities for temporary storage, even if temporary can stretch into months or even years. My wife, on the other hand, does not share this inclination. Indeed, she is, what I refer to as, a clutter Nazi. She does not allow, permit, condone, or begin to understand, “temporary storage until I can review later”. She does not tolerate disorganization.