Does drama follow you everywhere? It might be because you've never really worked on replacing bad behaviors with more positive ones. Don't let a communication gap end in a breakup: learn to argue fairly.
Learn to let go of bad behavior and get out of the toxic relationship you were in.
I hear it all the time from women; it is the question, "What am I doing wrong?" If I were looking for new friends, I would simply answer, "Nothing, you are a loving, kind, beautiful, smart and fun woman; just be patient and the right guy will come along. It isn't you!" But I am not looking for new friends.
Obsessing over an ex keeps you stuck in a cycle of negativity. Learn how to love yourself, forgive the past and move forward.
It's pretty much expected for people to be unhappy about getting a divorce. After all, nobody gets married, expecting to sign divorce papers later down the line. But how do you have a happy (or at least happier) divorce? Our expert offers her best advice!
It's hard to get out of the breakup/makeup cycle with toxic men. What you need is some self-awareness, honesty and a time frame.
Guys are difficult. We don't always understand what's going through their minds, especially when it comes to dating and relationships. We've all been there when the guy we like doesn't like us back, but we often don't know why. Our expert reveals eighteen reasons along with the solutions to moving on.
While love songs are the norm this time of year, and are my favorite kind, there’s something special about the other songs out there. If half of the songs in the world are love songs, the other half are the anti-love songs: the ones about regret, broken hearts, and angry exes.
In Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), members talk about going for a geographical fix. What is a geographical fix, you ask? It's the idea that if you're miserable in NYC, you can fix your life by moving to San Francisco or some other place. Or if you're unhappy in your relationship with John or Johanna, you need only dump them and go for Bob or Roberta and you'll be happy. That doesn't mean that you shouldn't look at your surroundings or consider your choice of partner, but experience shows that you will bring yourself to that new city or relationship.
The new Rashida Jones film "Celeste and Jesse Forever" highlights a common phenomenon in the world of divorce: couples deciding to end their marriages in the legal sense but remaining each other's most significant others for months or even years to come.
Everything Russell Crowe does is intense, so why should talking to a woman be any different? He split with his wife in October—who he was with for 22 years; has he already moved on?
There are two ways to go around the hardship of moving on -- suck it up or cry like a GAD patient over it... endlessly. I'm no connoisseur of love, but I have my own perceptions about the topic. Everyone's got a tendency to fall for another. However, to look for a partner (in my own opinion) should be a guy's thing -- whereas women are to wait and be found. Yes, consider yourself royalty as a lady -- be worked hard for.
I know how difficult the first few days, weeks and months following a major divorce or breakup can be, and how insane it must sound for me to ask you to find a "hidden gift" inside this tragedy. Yet, here I am, pushing you to expand your comfort zone and look beyond your present pain.
So, what is it? Have you been Naughty or Nice this year? The journey of divorce will undoubtedly bring out our Naughty, Nice and everything in between sides. As I reflect back on my year, although I am Jewish and Santa doesn’t exist in my world, I am careful to be honest about whether or not I have been naughty…or nice. The first year or two after divorce, the pull towards Naughty was really strong.
So, when you're feeling low about breaking up with your ex and you need some help with getting over your ex (without eating your body weight in mint chocolate chip ice cream), Dating with Dignity has some expert breakup recovery tips for you.