Have you ever experienced any of these miscommunications?
7 Common Mixed Signals That Can Come Between Partners
- Thinking that If they don’t say “I love you” when you do, they want out.
If someone calls you their soul mate after two dates (and then won’t stop calling), you could be the victim of a love bomber. Here’s what you need to know about their attacks.
Love Bombing: Have You Ever Been the Target?
When someone comes on too strong too soon, there’s a real risk of victimization.
Things we promise to do tomorrow often never get done at all. These tips can help change that.
11 Ways to Finally Stop Procrastinating
To start, forgive yourself for procrastinating in the past.
Convincing someone to go out with you is very different from meeting a long-term partner. Here’s how to do both.
4 Steps to Attracting Someone New (While Still Being Yourself)
… because finding love means finding someone who likes you for who you are.
There are at least 237 unique reasons why people say they have sex. Many have little to do with desire.
Why Couples Have Sex Even When One Partner Isn’t in the Mood
New research finds that both men and women do it, and usually for the right reasons.
You went to a lot of trouble to choose and commit to your partner. The least you can do is avoid some simple mistakes that can tear you apart.
3 Easy Ways to Keep Being a Happy Couple
- Say what you want, not what you don’t want.
How many of these have brought you together with someone?
11 Reasons Why We Fall in Love
Mystery, arousal, and your own readiness to connect.
Do you have to step outside your comfort zone? Chances are, you’re already resilient enough to survive the process.
Three Reasons You’re More Resilient Than You Think
Don’t underestimate how flexible, brave, and capable you actually are.
Has your partner ever ignored you to look at his or her phone? Here’s why it may be a bigger problem than you think.
When You Ignore Your Partner, This Is What They’re Thinking
New research on how “phubbing” can torpedo relationships.
Teaching kids to use anatomically correct terms for all of their body parts, including the private ones, can actually help keep them safer.
Call Children’s Private Parts What They Are
How the use of accurate words can help protect kids from sexual abuse.