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.
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.
Oh fuckboys… a term that has been thrown around quite a bit over the last few years. They’re the self-absorbed, womanizing manipulators that make toying with your feelings a sport. I think it’s safe to say that they’re the least desirable when it comes to dating prospects. We love to hate them, yet so many of us have fallen victim to their ways. Why is that? Continue Reading
Are you someone that constantly finds themselves in screwed up dating situations? Are you often put into the friend-zone or fail to get the person you’re in love with to commit? Ever feel like you’re putting in more effort than the other person? Like you’re always available for them, yet they’re always too busy for you? Do you ever get the feeling that you’re forcing something that’s just not there? You’re so eager to fall in love and settle down, but you just keep coming up short? Truth is… you probably are! Continue Reading
Have you ever looked at your partner and thought that all that has gone wrong in your relationship is their fault? Like you two would have more sex if they were more affectionate. Your communication would be better if they’d stop shutting down. This vicious cycle, my friends, is known as “the blame game.” It’s like a ping-pong match between two people that involves shifting responsibility for everything that’s gone wrong between them. The back and forth can make your head spin if you’re not careful.