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Whether you're lucky in love or still searching for your soulmate, learn how to be the best partner possible.

  • Ali Raza
    Published 2 days ago
    How to Stop Feeling Insecure and Worrying in a Relationship?

    How to Stop Feeling Insecure and Worrying in a Relationship?

  • Eva Pavón
    Published 19 days ago
    How to spot when someone is not interested in you

    How to spot when someone is not interested in you

    Sometimes we might find it hard to tell if someone is interested in us or not, some people might give —or you think they give— confusing signs as to if they like us or not, but today, I will be showing you some recognizable signs of someone's lack of interest.
  • Ivy Mangroe
    Published 19 days ago
    How to deal with negative people

    How to deal with negative people

    A while ago I found myself in such a state that I could not proceed with my professional life. I felt like surrounded by negative people only.
  • Word SEX
    Published 24 days ago
    How to Impress ANY Girl in 4 Steps

    How to Impress ANY Girl in 4 Steps

    Step 1: Don’t actively try to impress her.
  • Lena Bailey
    Published 30 days ago
    how to deal with fake sugar daddies and babies

    how to deal with fake sugar daddies and babies

    I've done a series about fake sugar daddies and I did a post about fake sugar babies. I just never done a post about how to handle fakes. There's really no secret but what you do especially on the sites could help the next baby or daddy.
  • Pooja K
    Published about a month ago
    How to work effectively with Cross-cultural Communities

    How to work effectively with Cross-cultural Communities

    A community is a collective of conscious thought and effort. It is imperative to be aware of the community and its cultural association to parallels as well. The diversity existing within and across communities is inclusive and ranges with a variety of parameters. Working with cross-cultural communities can be a foundation for building upon success by being open to learning from different cultural frameworks and helping to streamline solutions in promoting interactions.
  • Lisa Suhay
    Published about a month ago
    Karen vs Fairies?

    Karen vs Fairies?

    I just weaponized the love of fairies against a Karen who wants to chop down our beautiful Crepe Myrtle tree for not fitting her idea of beauty. If you’re a fan of the Lorax and magic, but not Karen or Chad, this story's for you.
  • Ashley Beeby
    Published about a month ago
    How to stop random emotional meltdowns with your partner.

    How to stop random emotional meltdowns with your partner.

    Have you been in a situation when your emotions are so all-consuming, as you sit with your partner you can feel your mind gnawing at itself?
  • H&N Adventures
    Published 2 months ago
    How to Make A Long-Distance Relationship Work

    How to Make A Long-Distance Relationship Work

    Long distance relationships suck. But, you can make one work if you really want it to. You will most likely hear the majority of people tell you, "it won't last" or "it'll never work." But, I promise you that if you really love one another, and are willing to put in the work, you can make it last.
  • Miranda Shepard
    Published 2 months ago
    What Is a Sugar Daddy?

    What Is a Sugar Daddy?

    According to Urban Dictionary, a sugar daddy is a boyfriend that comes with financial benefits; and while that's true, it's the most simplistic explanation for a very complex relationship. And it is a relationship, by the way, not a financial transaction; if you seek a sugar daddy, you should expect to give something in return. Of course, it's not necessarily a sexual relationship (no matter what people tell you).
  • Midnight Starr
    Published 2 months ago
    The Love Life

    The Love Life

    You have just recently had a divorce or a break up and it's been awhile since you were on a date. And since you're too busy, you decided to put up a dating profile.
  • Teela Hudak
    Published 2 months ago
    Using Gender-Neutral Language

    Using Gender-Neutral Language

    Have you ever noticed that a lot of language anatomy isn’t very gender-inclusive? Today there is a lot more acceptance and discussion of the different gender identities that exist. As a society, we have begun to examine what do we really know about gender, sexuality, and anatomy. Historically, scientists looked at nature and only recorded what validated their base assumptions. Anything that didn’t fit into this mold was classified as “an anomaly” with no further investigation. Today many scientific fields of research are re-evaluating these “anomalies” and finding that they aren’t really one-offs and random occurrences. Nature is filled with examples of multiple sexes in nature and a variety of species that can change sex.