Should I Stay Or Should I Go? When To Continue A Relationship and When To End It

Should you stick it out and try to make things work? Or have you given enough, and need to leave in order to give yourself the respect you deserve? Relationships are a beautiful thing, but as human beings, we’re horrible at dealing with the emotions that come with.

And not just the good emotions — the nervousness, the joy, the excitement, the urge to become one — but also the bad emotions. Those emotions that make us question, make us doubt, make us uncomfortable, make us lose track of what we want and, in some cases, whom we are.

Loneliness Worse On Your Health Than Gaining Weight Study Says

Studies have shown that isolation and lack of human contact can negatively affect everyone from infants not given affection to hardened criminals in solitary confinement. And a recent AARP survey on loneliness found that more than 43 million Americans over the age of 45 are estimated to be chronically lonely, and, according to the latest census data, trends in the population are skewing toward less marriage and kids, and more living alone.

How To Get Over Your Insecurities While Dating

Insecurity is an interesting personality trait when it comes to dating. Perhaps you’d imagine that a therapist like myself would say that insecurity is a trait that repels men and women alike – that it will prevent anyone from being attracted to you or wanting to start a relationship with you. The (paradoxical) truth is that insecurity actually has two different effects depending on the type of person you’re dating.

Meeting the Right Person At The Wrong Time

They say timing is everything. And “they” are right.

We live our lives striving to make perfect decisions. We are bombarded with information that tells us we are imperfect and that we must strive to attain success. Whether it’s how our bodies and faces look and how we must retain our youth, despite the natural process of aging; how we dress; how much money we earn; where we live; what commodities and material possessions we can accumulate.

6 Ways To Cut A Toxic Friend Out Of Your Life For Good

People treat friendships differently from romantic relationships, and it always seems absurd to me that we hold our domestic partners to wholly different standards than we hold our friends. For instance, sometimes people will put up with longstanding emotional abuse from friends in a way they never would from their romantic partners. "Friendship" to some people, means an unbreakable commitment, but it's really not. Friendships, like any other kind of relationship, can end. People change, grow, or become mean and distant.

3 Signs Bae Loves You Even If They Haven't Said It Yet

Holding off on love doesn't mean it isn't happening. The signs your partner loves you are more exciting than the words themselves, and sometimes, they come out well before that person has realized it for themselves. While it's better to wait a good, long while before rushing into love, it doesn't hurt to pay attention to the signals your new partner is sending and seeing whether you can match their gestures of care with ones of your own.

Loving Someone That Struggles With Loving Themselves

I have to tell you, I’m difficult to love.

The fact that it is taking me quite some time to learn how to love myself means that it’s not going to be a walk in the park for you to love me.

I have mustered every ounce of courage to teach myself the essence of self-love and to finally give myself the chance to be loved by someone. And that is never easy. I know, I have gone far, and throughout my mission of attaining self-love, I have garnered strength along the way too. I am not as fragile as I used to be, however I want you to remember that I can still be soft on occasions.

10 Ways We Make Life Harder Than It Has To Be

1. You ascribe intent.

Another driver cut you off. Your friend never texted you back. Your co-worker went to lunch without you. Everyone can find a reason to be offended on a steady basis. So what caused you to be offended? You assigned bad intent to these otherwise innocuous actions. You took it as a personal affront, a slap in the face.

Happy people do not do this. They don’t take things personally. They don’t ascribe intent to the unintentional actions of others.

Man Suprise Proposes Back To His Fiance "I wanted him to have the same experience as I did"

Who is cutting onions!  Why are my eyes watering up.  Probably because this is the sweeting thing we've seen in along time.  After Samuel Vegas's fiance Troy proposed to him, he turned around and proposed to him so he would as Samuel quotes "I wanted him to have the same experience as I did.. I love you forever" 

Its just too sweet for words.  Take a look below!

Being Faithful Is More Than Not Fucking Other People

Being faithful means more than keeping your hands to yourself. It means more than only sleeping with one person, only kissing one person, only being physically involved with one person.

Being faithful means that you delete the dating apps on your phone, because you don’t need them anymore. Because you don’t need more booty calls or backup plans. Because you’re happy with the person that you’re dating and would never dream of cheating on them.