Hey there, single people. I know my entries usually talk about marriage, couples, and breakups, but I’m dedicating this entry to you fine folks! It is not uncommon to meet, during stints of “singleness,” a person that gives you butterflies and makes you feel warm and happy inside … [Read more...] about 5 Interesting Ways to Tell if Your Crush is Secretly into You
The old adage is so true: breaking up is hard to do. We prepare ourselves as best as we can, but no matter if you are the initiator or receiver of a breakup, the outcome is always the same. In fact, when it comes to hurtful events, breaking up (or being broken up with) is rated … [Read more...] about “He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not”: Differences in Breakup Strategies
If you’ve ever listened to Beyoncé you probably understand the importance of having independence in a relationship. On the other hand, relationships in which your partner completely dependent on you are never pretty. But even more important (and less talked about) than these two … [Read more...] about “As Strong as its Weakest Link”: How Your Partner’s Chain of Events Affects Yours
We all have that one friend who is in a terrible relationship with a person whom you simply cannot stand. You know what I mean, the on-again off-again relationship…the one where your friend/family member is WAY too good for the person that they’re dating. The kind of relationship … [Read more...] about Romeo and Juliet Would Have Broken up…Quickly
In decades past, “dating” was the primary way people developed relationships – people would get a feel for each other and, if things felt right, they would eventually engage in physical intimacy. Recent research, however, suggests the sequencing of sex in a new relationship has … [Read more...] about “Netflix and Chill?”: Are Friends With Benefits Relationships the New Norm?