Mother’s Day is a special day when you get to show your mother (or the mother of your children) how appreciative and grateful you are that she is in your life and all that she has sacrificed in raising you.
Everyone knows that romantic relationships must sometimes come to an end, but many people are reluctant to end a friendship. While it’s never fun to have to end something that has been positive for you in the fast, sometimes friendship fades or becomes toxic.
If you could say one thing to your future self, what would it be? If you’re still lamenting a difficult time in your past or holding onto an ex-partner, your words of wisdom could be filled with regret, anger, and bitterness.
Online dating can be a terrifying endeavor for even the bravest souls, and it has extra challenges for socially anxious women and men. Social anxiety disorder is a condition that causes extreme fear in social situations.
Forgiveness can be difficult. When you ask someone to forgive you, you know what you want. But when someone else wants you to forgive them, it’s not so straightforward. Should you act as though they’ve done nothing wrong?
Iain and Susan have been together for 33 years but they can’t seem to have a conversation without it spiralling into an argument. Dave longs for a loving a relationship, but lacks the confidence to ask anyone out.
Showing your gratitude to others is one of the most desirable attributes that you can have. Furthermore, it offers benefits to your own life by teaching you to be more grateful for what you have, as well as making you a happier person.
A breakup is never easy for either party involved. Whether one of you cheated, had conflicting interests, or simply grew out of each other, saying goodbye can be heartbreaking.
Emotional intelligence (also known as Emotional Quotient or EQ) is a key component of your success in career and life. The ability to interact with people, understand their needs and stimulate fruitful collaboration stems from the strength of your EQ.
Let’s face it, some people just rub you the wrong way. No matter how nice you are, you still struggle to get along with them. And while you may try to keep your distance, it’s not always easy.
Self-love affirmations fuel wellbeing and equip you to deal with the challenges of relationships. It furnishes you with self-respect and the ability to make sure your needs are met. Without it, your happiness is at the mercy of the way people treat you rather than in your hands and you won’t appreciate your value.
Have you found yourself caught up in a disagreement with somebody? Whether it’s with a work colleague, a friend, a narcissist, or a family member, resolving conflict is essential for you both to move on, and be comfortable around one another again.
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In November 1891, the British sexologist Havelock Ellis married the writer and lesbian Edith Lees. He was 32 and a virgin. And since he was impotent, they never consummated their union. After their honeymoon, the two lived separately in what he called an open marriage.
Decisions are a part of life. At various times you may need to choose the best vacation spot, job candidate, babysitter, or place to live. Your most important decision may be figuring out your best romantic partner.
Being someone’s BFF is a big deal – you don’t hand over the other half of your “Best Friends” necklace to just anyone. Having a romantic partner who is also your best friend potentially sounds perfect.
Is he or she the one? You know… the one to introduce to my parents, the one to move in with, the one to start a family with, the one to marry? At some point in every dating relationship, you ask yourself some version of these questions.
Have you ever wondered about the secret to attracting a partner? You don’t have to be gorgeous, smart, and rich to attract someone else’s attention. The wonderful truth is that it’s much easier than that.
There’s an old saying, “When you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot in it and hang on.” In other words, before you give up, take matters into your own hands and try a little harder.
We all have the experience of outgrowing a relationship. Sometimes a long friendship ends abruptly, but sometimes it just feels like a long, slow, painful death. Sometimes you understand why it ended, but sometimes you are left hanging in the wind wondering what in the Hell happened.
As life gets busier due to career, family, and other demands, friendships may seem inessential. However, good friendships are crucial to one’s well-being because they offer a wealth of benefits—from reducing stress to lowering blood pressure.