Those fantastic fairy tales we grew up with - Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty and, each with their Prince Charming. Fairy tales are great when we're six years old.
As we got older, parts of those fairy tales stuck in our brain and sabotaged what can be possible with an actual human being in front of us.
Phrases like "the one," "meant to be" and "happily ever after." As if our handsome prince will save us from boredom, loneliness, and mopping the floor. Women have fallen pre
Part of thriving is looking at every aspect of your life with gratitude - including your singleness. Being single is a choice and there is nothing to fix or rectify. No one is required to be in a relationship. An individual should have a fulfilled and incredible life first. Why? Because it’s only in your singleness that you’re able to become self developed and whole. It’s a fact: we’re wired to connect with others. Think about Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, after physiological
Maybe you saw it coming or maybe you didn’t. The loss of a relationship, regardless of who initiated the breakup, is a loss. It doesn’t make it any easier except that sitting in front of the TV and eating pints of ice cream is pointless. There’s no time like a heartbreak for a total life renovation! 1. Don’t stay friends. Many people think it’s a good idea to stay friendly with their exes. However, staying friends with your ex may perpetuate your positive feelings for your fo
You’re dating a man you’re interested in and you’d like him to call more, send a ‘I’m thinking about you’ text or ask you out with more than a day’s notice. Maybe you’ve been dating a while and you’d like him to write you more handwritten notes like he did when you first started dating. Remember that feeling of excitement you had when you got a romantic card in snail mail? Who does that anymore? What happened? Why isn’t he doing the things you like? You're so frustrated that