When my boyfriend told me, just shy of our one-year anniversary, that he didn't want a girlfriend anymore, I almost choked on my savory pork belly dish and $12 cocktail. My girlfriends rose to the occasion, but it was the advice of a married, middle-aged dude that changed the course of my fate. He said that if I wanted to get different results, I had to change my behavior, trust him implicitly and do exactly as he said. Who was he to tell me who I am and how to date? His words were harsh. He was aggressive, obnoxious, cocky. And he was right.
The first time you visit your date's apartment can be pretty nerve wracking, especially when you find some of these dealbreakers on display.
Sometimes we don't always know when we are ready to move onto a new relationship. Sometimes we think we're ready, but really we're not. Answering these questions will help you decide if it's time to move on or if you need a little more solo time. Read on to learn more from relationship experts, The Romance Code.
After reading this, you will know the reason I wrote this blog! People come into your life for a reason, a season, or a lifetime. When you figure out which one it is, you will know what to do with your life. When someone is in your life for a REASON, it is usually to meet a need you have expressed. They have come to assist you through a difficulty, to provide you with guidance and support, and to aid you physically, emotionally, or spiritually. They may seem like a godsend, and they are! They are there for the reason you need them to be.
I'm working with a couple right now Kathy who says he cheated and Brian who says she left. Brian insists that before she left he wanted to marry her but now no longer has the feeling. Kathy says she cannot trust him. To say the least they are having trouble getting back together even though a part of them wants to otherwise why would they be talking to me.
Getting out of a toxic relationship? You may have to take additional steps to get that bad influence out of your life. Read on as relationship expert Jennifer Twardowski explains a 4-step process that will help you heal from your toxic relationship.
Now that I am with Nathan, a native Philadelphia son who became a Marin County transplant over a decade ago, hindsight really is 20/20. Reflecting back on the others who were false positives, objects of limerance, and just plain temporary “boyfriends” or passing fancy crushes, it’s clear that none of them were bad guys.
The truth about long distance relationships: they can be very difficult to maintain. Are you a victim of a long distance relationship's breakup and you'd like to try it out once more? If so, read on to see tips by relationship expert Brad Browning.
Most people feel a lot of guilt about breaking up with someone and fear about what the future will hold. Expert Marina Pearson teaches you how to let go of those fears and realize that you are doing the right thing by leaving someone who is not right for you.
TMZ has reported that one actor's wife has filed for separation in Los Angeles County Superior Court Tuesday, April 22, citing irreconcilable differences. The couple is also currently fighting for custody of their children.
How many of us had relationships where this question has never been raised at least hypothetically? We either ask it to ourselves or worry that it may be a concern of our partner. In either case thinking about separation brings discomfort, anxiety, uncertainty, guilt, fears, frustration, etc.
When going through a breakup, you can either go into a deep depression or bounce back with positive thinking! Michael Griswold discusses the 6 ways you can stay sane after your breakup.
When a married couple decides not to live together anymore, they have options. They may also decide not to divorce, but legally to separate. Why? What is the difference between separation and divorce? A legal separation agreement does not divorce the couple, but it does make arrangements concerning child support and division of property. A legally separated couple can, if they choose, live independently even in the same house.