Category: Relationships

Dating and the Single Parent

Dating can be a complicated process for anyone. Add kids to the equation and it becomes that much more challenging. That doesn’t mean that being a single parent and dating cannot mix, of course. It just requires more consideration and mindfulness than it would if it was just two singles dating. This is true for Read More…

What to Do When You Dislike Your Partner’s Family

Long-term relationships aren’t just between you and your partner. They also encompass both of your families. And getting along with your partner’s family can be a good way to enhance your relationship. Unfortunately, it can sometimes be a little difficult to handle the differences between family members. Personality conflicts or opposing views on things like Read More…

Is Social Media Affecting Your Relationship?

Social media is an ubiquitous part of daily life all over the world. It’s everywhere and, for that, its influence on our daily lives is far-reaching. That’s why, whether it’s due to the content itself or the amount of time that it sometimes seems to take, social media can also have a very real effect Read More…

How to Rebuild Trust After Cheating

If cheating occurs in a relationship, it’s hard to imagine being able to recover from that. After all, trust–essential to the foundation of any long-term relationship–has been broken in a monumental way. For many relationships, coming back from cheating just isn’t possible. There’s just too much hurt, and it’s just too hard learning to trust Read More…

Why You Can’t Seem to Keep a Relationship

It happened yet again. After a few weeks or months, the person you’ve been dating breaks things off. Why does this keep happening? What’s wrong with you? Nothing, most likely. But there very well could be a reason (or more than one) why you can’t seem to hold on to relationships. So, before you dive Read More…

Finding Love in Lockdown

As social distancing, working from home, and other COVID-19 related restrictions continue on, you may wonder if you will ever get to hang out in-person with your friends ever again. And dating? You might as well just forget it. Or maybe not. Yes, these are challenging times when it comes to socializing, let alone meeting Read More…

5 Things Every Good Relationship Needs

When it comes to the details, no two relationships are the same. However, when it comes to having a relationship that stands the test of time, there are a few common factors that make it more likely to happen. If you want to keep your relationship strong for the long-term, you should focus on: -Communication Read More…

How to Use Online Dating Safely and Effectively

Falling in love and forming meaningful relationships online is more common now than ever. About 30% of American adults admit to using online dating sites or mobile apps. When broken down by age, 48% of 18- to 29-year-olds say they’ve used online dating sites, while the figure stands at 16% for those 50 and older. Read More…

4 Ways to Break Your Bad Date Streak

For many, dating these days hasn’t really been much of an option. After all, it’s pretty hard to go out when everything is closed. And even if you could find options, you would have to wear a mask that hides most of your face. So, go ahead. Blame COVID-19 for your dismal love life. But Read More…

Is Your Online Date a Catfish, or Just Shy?

We’ve warned you a lot about the possibilities of an online date being a catfish. We’ve told you what to look for, and how to protect yourself. But what we haven’t discussed is the possibility of an online date who may give every indication of being a catfish but is, in fact, just shy. How Read More…