Just so you know, they don’t wait until October to come out.Continue reading “He Ghosted Me”
Tell me if this sounds familiar. You meet a guy. You start to date. And just when you think things are going well, he pumps the brakes or decides you two are better off as friends. If your relationships all seem to end up the same way, then it may be worth looking into what they all have in common: You. Check out the following list to find out if your choice in mates is off & tips to fix your picker.Continue reading “Maybe Your Picker is Broken”
Don’t ever mistake a person calling you as them wanting to be you.
When I was in my 20s, I used to deal with a guy who would call me on & off over a period of time & ask to take me out. His inconsistency drove me crazy, but because I cared for him so much, I convinced myself that there must have been a reason he continued to call.Continue reading “He Keeps Calling So He Must Care. Right?”
Meteorological fall begins September 1st and the first break of cool weather reminds us that cuffing season is upon us. It’s the time of year when “me” turns into “we” and your friends may have less time to spend gabbing on the phone than usual because they’re paired up with a hot new flame. And I’m not talking about the fireplace.Continue reading “It’s officially Cuffing Season”
Actress Niecy Nash looks stunning & stuns the world in wedding pics with her new wife, Jessica Betts. Congratulations to the happy couple.
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You ever been in a relationship or “deal with” somebody for so long that it’s like you try to make them see how good of a person you are?
That’s the case for most toxic relationships. You know you’re worth more than what you’re being given, yet, you continue to go along (sometimes above & beyond) to prove your worth. BE HONEST.Continue reading “Good Girls Finish Last”
Being in a toxic relationship can have not only harmful effects on your romantic relationships but it can spill over into other areas of your life such as work relations and relationships with your family and friends. It can stifle your creativity, causing you to become unmotivated about your own goals and it can be detrimental to your self-esteem. Often times, toxic relationships are hard to recognize because they are usually accompanied by extreme physical attraction, intense sexual experiences and the illusion of “chemistry”. In case you are wondering if you’re in a toxic situation, the guide below will prompt you of any behaviors in your current relationship that you should heed.Continue reading “Are you in a 𝑻𝒐𝒙𝒊𝒄 Relationship?”
And how to avoid it like the plague that it is
Chances are, you’ve heard of narcissism (& by the slim chance that you haven’t check out my post here), but most of us have never heard the term Dark Triad. I’ll admit that I only ran across the term while researching communication behaviors for earning my Master’s degree. Coined by psychology researchers Delroy L. Paulhus and Kevin M. Williams in 2002, the term “Dark Triad” refers to a trio of negative personality traits—narcissism, Machiavellianism, and psychopathy—which share equally unappealing features.Continue reading “What is the Dark Triad of Personality?”
2019 seemed to be the year that put the word ‘toxic’ on the map. And like many other bandwagon phenomenon, the buzz around narcissism was no different. Bloggers and YouTuber’s content were on narcissistic overload. But with all the buzz, what does it really mean for relationships? I thought it was worth researching to find out.Continue reading “The Modern-Day Narcissus”
In the movie, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Holly Golightly, played by the legendary Audrey Hepburn explains the mean reds as being worse than the blues.
Continue reading “A Case of the Mean Reds”
“Suddenly you’re afraid and you don’t know what you’re afraid of. You ever get that feeling?”-Holly Golightly, Breakfast at Tiffany’s