If you know me, you know I love online dating. I think it’s amazing. You can be as shallow or superficial as you want, but so is everyone else! I think I’ve probably been on every dating site possible, but I usually stick to Raya, Bumble, and on occasion, Tinder. And every time I start swiping, I realize that men don’t really have great profiles.
Have you ever been inspired to help someone with a disability, or support an agency or group advocating for a disability?
In the fast paced, hectic, and often stressed out world we live in, it can be difficult to catch a break. People are usually out for number one. They’re often times defensive, stubborn and just basically not ready to help you. And we’re usually just as bad, often resulting in some form of ineffective communication.
I think it’s very common for people to be blind.
Sometimes, speaking to other people can be uncomfortable or even awkward at times and that's the last situation anyone wants to be in. When trying to start a conversation, it would help if you had some conversation starters in mind. Well, that's exactly what ice breaker questions are for. They are basically questions that you can keep in mind and then ask them to someone to help you get to know the other person a bit - otherwise, break the ice. It helps both people in the conversation sort of ease into speaking, and the questions are often on topics that can really help not only start a conversation, but keep it going. If you ask them a question about a show they watch, for instance, then you two might be able to talk for hours afterward, and all it took was one simple ice breaker question. More than helping you feel comfortable and ease into a conversation, ice breaker questions are a great way to have fun. You can even ask them to acquaintances or casual friends to help get to know them more and they certainly work best when used on dates. Some of the conversations that ice breakers can lead you into can even cause you and the other person to become friends. Especially if the question helps you both realize you have something in common. Ice breaker questions is one of the funnest and easiest ways to try to make friends, even if you're more of a shy person. This article will give you ice breaker questions for adults that will help you go from being a shy introvert to a social butterfly in no time.
A sexual assault is a devastating and life-changing negative experience for almost everyone it happens to. It is a huge violation of a person. One of the hardest things about a sexual assault is that once the assault itself is over, the majority of victims continue to be re-traumatized by the world around them. People may not believe that the assault occurred. There are often many statements or accusations that blame the victim for being unable to prevent the assault from occurring. In many cases, victims continue to feel helpless, unheard, and isolated. Their reports may not be taken seriously by the medical or justice systems either. Many victims feel that they have nowhere to turn for support or help.
Before you can attract a man emotionally you must first know what an emotion is and where it comes from.
But now it’s nothing to worry about because there are a bunch of tools at your disposal to find the classmate you loved at school. There is this Facebook, free people search directories, public records, and school alumni associations, all it takes is a few mouse clicks to reunite with your past. In fact, most resources out there are completely free.
We all know those people who like to be the centre of attention. The people who are looking for reassurance or are always complaining. They're pretty much anywhere you turn; workplace, friend group, family—you get the idea. I’ve heard the term energy vampires use to describe these kinds, and honestly as brutal as it sounds, I quite like it. As an empath, I sometimes find dealing with these “vampires” challenging. I sometimes find it hard to separate what I am a feeling, versus what other people are feeling being an empath. Below are some tips I've learned an how to handle negativity from these energy vampires:
The picture above says it all, a family sitting down for a meal but everyone except one person is glued to their cellphones. When did this become normal? When did this become acceptable?
It's easy to get into a relationship. However, you need to learn the basics to keep them. That is what I am here for! It's important to keep your significant other happy if they are treating you well.