Since everybody wants to talk about mindset these days, I’ve got one for you. It’s called the sugar-baby mindset.Continue reading “How to Mindf**k a Man Into Spoiling You”
Ending a relationship is never easy and the process may look differently for different people. One of the most frequently asked questions that I get is, “How long does it take to get over a breakup?” which is a blog post for a different day. But, I’ve found that we often come to the realization that we’ve gotten over our exes when we’re no longer triggered by certain things although it’s not always so easy to understand exactly how it happened.
I asked 40 single men and women when they knew they were over their ex and here’s what they had to say.Continue reading “When Did You Know You Were Over Your Ex?”
What’s more enchanting than a field of flowers and butterflies? Falling in love in a field of flowers and butterflies. Seriously, though, have you ever noticed that it seems like more people fall in love in the springtime?Continue reading “Spring into Love”
When men decide to stay single, they’re referred to as bachelors. When women decide to stay single, they’re called…far worse than bachelorettes. While researching for this post, I came across the word “spinster” as the feminine equivalent of the word bachelor. In fact, in England and Wales these words were used in official documents for “unmarried men and women” until 2005 when the countries stopped the used of these words.Continue reading “All The Single Ladies”
Yep. Dis-a-fucking-ppeared. And just so you know, they don’t wait until October.Continue reading “He Ghosted Me”
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?”
I know how it is, trying to decide whether or not to reach out to an ex. On one hand, you want to get the shit off your chest. At the same time, you just want to cut him off with no explanation because you feel like, “He knows what he’s been doing” or “He already knows why I’m upset.”
But what if he doesn’t?Continue reading “Texting Your Ex?”
Sometimes it’s hard to tell when you’ve crossed the line from dating to “in a relationship”. Unless you’ve had “the talk” where you both agree to be exclusive (which is I strongly suggest), lines of communication can become blurred. However, there may be signs that you’re already there, or well on your way.Continue reading “10 WAYS TO TELL IF YOU’RE IN A REAL RELATIONSHIP”