What to do when he’s just not that into you…because you make too much money is a scary, yet very real issue women face when trying to find love. It is a fact, women are moving up in the world, earning more degrees, making more money, and sliding into higher positions at work. This is great for women, finally becoming financially independent, and not being stranded by men’s financial decisions. However, is the ever-increasing status of women threatening their relationships with men?Continue Reading
Do you ever feel that people take advantage of you for their emotional gain? Have you ever found yourself constantly taking on other people’s problems and making them your own? Do the people in your life make you feel guilty for standing up for yourself when they do you wrong? If you answered “Yes.” to any of these questions, you may be lacking healthy boundaries in your relationships. When it comes to relationships and dealings with other people, sometimes it can be draining. Sometimes, people take your kindness for weakness and take advantage of that leaving you feeling unhappy and mistreated. Regardless of what type of relationship it is, it’s important to have some boundaries. Here’s how to set healthy boundaries in your relationships.
Relationships, they’re ever-growing and evolving. Some start slow, and steady, blossoming into something strong, healthy and fulfilling for all parties involved. While others start out hot and heavy, only to quickly fizzle out once the lust and newness wears off. In some cases, some people are able to notice that their new match is a bad idea from the start, making it easy to cut ties. But what happens, if you figure that out once your feelings are already too deeply involved? We all love the idea of love and getting swept off of our feet. But what happens when that love takes a turn for the worst and morphs into something toxic? Keep reading for five signs that will tell you if you’re in a toxic relationship, and how to get out of it.
They say that distance makes the heart grow fonder. That when you have time to miss someone, you’re able to better appreciate all the things you love about them. But what happens if distance is the main factor in your relationship? Can you handle it? Is the constant uncertainty and amplified requirement for commitment too much to bear? Can long distance relationships truly work? Of course, they can! In fact, long distance relationships (LDRs) are more common than you think.
One thing I think that almost every person walking this earth can agree on, is that breakups freaking suck! Even when they’re for the best and long overdue, it doesn’t feel great when you’re right in the midst of it. If you’re ready to get over the hurt and heal from your bad breakup, keep reading.