Pining for the "good old days" with your ex can be a nice break from your daily routine, but when is it a good idea to hold out hope of reconciliation? Well, there are three foundational requirements for a healthy relationship. Read on to find out what they are!
Rather than break up, we chose to "open up." Now we're more in love than ever.
On the verge of a breakup, Catherine and her boyfriend decided to give an open relationship a try. Here, she explains the logistics of hooking up with her boyfriend’s blessing (is cuddling allowed?), and how their unusual arrangement has cemented their bond as a couple.
Do you maintain emotional ties to a relationship that already ended?
You may realize the healthiest thing for you to do is to really break up with your ex. Stop calling. Stop texting. Stop driving by his house, his job or his hangouts. Ask yourself, "Do I really want this person if she or he stays exactly the same?" If you realize the answer is no, it's time to break up with your ex!
Whether you fall for the bad boy or the mama's boy, here's how to break out of your dating type!
Do you have a 'type'? Chances are, even if you do date different kinds of guys, you probably have at least some threads that coincide between your choices. If that type hasn't been working out for you lately, it's time to try a new kind of fella.