Dating: 7 Tips To Identify And Avoid Misogyny In Dating
If he can't keep his eyes on you, time to date another guy.
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7 Tips To Identify And Avoid Misogyny In Dating

Are you dating a minsogynst? If you're unsure, check out Dr. Alicia Clark's list of 7 signs your date is anything but a gentleman and what you can do to escape the situation. You deserve to be treated with respect so make sure you value yourself enough to know that.

How To Raise Your Baby Like A Royal [EXPERT]
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How To Raise Your Baby Like A Royal

Kate Middleton is pregnant with the heir apparent to the throne of England. Bringing up baby to the manor born stirs up fairytales of happily every after and raising a blue blood. Here are some ideas to give your little one the royal advantage in life and love:

Confused & Unsure? You May Be Suffering From Abuse [EXPERT]
Are you feeling unsure of yourself in your relationship?
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Confused & Unsure? You May Be Suffering From Abuse

So how do you know if you have fallen prey to this subtle form of abuse? It is helpful to start paying attention to your feelings and emotions. If you tune into your body, you will gain clues to help you discover if your partner is trustworthy or not. The easiest way to tell is to ask yourself, "Do I feel emotionally safe with my partner?"

10 Love Tools For Romance and Mutual Couple Satisfaction
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10 Love Tools For Romance and Mutual Couple Satisfaction

“Wired for love : how understanding your partner’s brain and attachment style “can help you defuse conflict and build a secure relationship  by Stan Tatkin is one of the most practical couple’s book in recent years. Tatkin explains how the brain is wired for different types of people and how the wiring influences how people relate to one another. Here is an overview of the 10 tools he outlines in the book.

5 Sure Ways to Know if the Man You’re Dating is a User
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5 Sure Ways to Know if the Man You’re Dating is a User

A man who is a user is truly not interested in you–only what you can offer.  All his initial questions relate to your job, career and income status.  Do you have a car? What kind of car is it?  What year, make and model?  Do you have kids?  Who lives with you?  These are all probing questions a man with a user mentality will ask, in order to see where he can fit in and take advantage of you.

Why You Really Do Need a Safety Plan - Part I
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Why You Really Do Need a Safety Plan - Part I

Why this series: I talk about safety planning a lot because I'm a domestic violence advocate and the women who come to the nonprofit where I offer my time are trying to modify or leave relationships that have more than the usual problems. Yet the response I often get, even from someone who has just been in court asking for a Restraining Order against her spouse (same thing as a Protective Order), is "No, I don't need to do any safety planning. I have it covered."