Most of the time, people don't notice the signs of abuse in their relationship. Or, they see it, but are in denial about it and they need some kind of wake-up call. If you're suspicious, or feel like you need that call, these points could help you determine whether or not you're in a partnership you need to get out of.
Swiping can very well be my favorite activity in the world, but only if I’m buying shoes and swiping a credit card not left or right swiping potential dates off Tinder- that kind of swiping is no fun at all. When it comes to dating matches these days, the more the merrier. Call me crazy or call me old fashioned but I happen to be part of the select few who still value quality over quantity. I’m not interested in starting a harem, like every girl I’m just looking to find the yin to my yang. In my search for Mr. Right. I've obviously met many Mr. Couldn’t be more wrongs if your life depended on it, and then so many of them that I couldn’t take it anymore and deleted my profile. Then I thought well maybe these guys deserve to know how we feel and so on behalf of all the girls on Tinder I have decided to share these 7 tips that every girl on Tinder, at one point or another, would want you to know.
Long Distance Relationships are the hardest type of relationship to be in. They're the hardest to keep alive, too. But, they're the most rewarding, in my opinion. Long Distance Relationships depend on the unbreakable trust and strong communication of both people. Sometimes, there are moments in your LDR that'll seem so dull... and stagnant (as a girl who has been in ten different LD relationships, these moments are imminent!). During this time, you might lose faith in your love, or your lover's love. Worry no more! Here are some tips to keep your relationship alive!
Missing someone who doesn’t miss you is worse than holding onto a grudge. I can get over disliking someone and how they hurt me. In fact, I did get over it, but what I am struggling with is learning to stop missing someone who is not missing me back and who definitely doesn’t deserve to be missed by me.
“Sometimes you win some and sometimes you lose some.” ~ Mercy Me Through the years, I’ve learned there are wins and losses in relating with the opposite sex, whether masculine or feminine.
I understand that people get busy with their lives, but if you don't message me ever and you don't have a good reason, why would I want to keep chasing you or try with you? If you don't try with me, why would I try with you? My former best friend accused me of starting drama which I wouldn't and didn't, and she was victim shaming me after my sexual assault, which she may have done without knowing, but still. So when she started to not message me anymore I thought OK, I knew this was coming, so that's fine. I think that she also had a problem with my kink lifestyle. So I decided to move on, I figured I outgrew her and she got busy. Guys, sometimes people don't message you and you realize that it was a blessing. You also realize sometimes that you out grow people and it's OK. I tried to message her recently to no answer and I knew it was time to move on. Does it hurt? Yes. Does it suck? Yes. Can you get over it? Yes.
Love. Whether unspoken, or shouting it from the top of your lungs, holding hands, or shamelessly PDA-ing it in the middle of Walmart, having a partner to share this treasured emotion with is so fulfilling. But, from observing the constant relationship problems and forever alone posts, not all of it is smooth sailing out there.
For those who haven't had their heart broken, their trust shattered and confidence totally destroyed by being cheated on, I hope you never have to go through this pain. It is unbearable, yet survivable. For those who have gone through this hurt and have survived my heart will always be with you. I understand this pain well but you are not alone my friends. This article is not simply about being cheated on by your first love, or by a fling or by a rebound. This is written for those who have been cheated on by their soulmates, their life partners and who have found the strength and courage to heal themselves. Here are some of the phases you might have gone through when you discovered the betrayal, and for those who have cheated or been the cheatee, this is an inside look into the pain the faithful partner has been through.
When I was eight I remember having my first crush on my best friend’s older brother and, even though he was mean to me, I was totally infatuated with him. Every time I saw him I would get a feeling of butterflies in my stomach and I would blush ferociously.
Okay, so today I noticed a guy make a post about women not wanting sex because of their insecurities with their bodies.
Let’s face it; dating is hard! You meet someone, start to get to know them, and before you know it, you’re seeing them all the time, and calling each other those adorably gross pet names like cuddly bear and baby cakes. Ok, maybe not those two, but you get my point. After the honeymoon phase of your partner being nothing but amazing in your eyes, there comes that period of wondering and questioning. Is this real? Is this really how they are all the time? How would they handle a fight? It’s the time I like to refer to as the hardest part of early on dating. It’s the part where you figure out who the person truly is. It’s what can make or break the relationship in the beginning.