I sincerely thank you for breaking my heart. You have forced me to become the strong and independent woman I am now.
The real MVP is the significant other who has stood by us through it all – insecurities, body image, career paths, the past, etc. They stand by our side while we continuously try to make up our minds and love ourselves.
Rewind 5 years or so and I definitely wouldn’t have been the right person to write this article. I hated being single and felt like all I need to be happy and complete was a boyfriend.
In this season of love and romanticism, it is difficult to remember to enjoy the times you have as a single individual. Some women, like myself, are single during this Valentine’s Day, but that has not stopped me from finding the love in all areas of my life.
Ah Christmas. The most wonderful time of the year, right? To be sure, it is a season like no other. It evokes strong memories, nostalgic cliches and stimulates all the…
“After a break-up, it would be nice if someone let you know how long you’d still be thinking about your ex, and when exactly you’ll be over them. Sadly though, that’s not the case.”
Long ago, in a faraway land, someone came up with the grand idea that you will need to find me, I will find you and we will fall uncontrollably in love. In our millennial age, a love story is not so smooth, regardless of what T-Swift says.
Be grateful for every heartbreak, be grateful for every tear because you will learn from your past, you will mend and then you will trust again.
Match.com said, “Good political conversation on a first date boosted chances of a second date taking place.”
If you’ve already cried an ocean of tears and eaten tubs of Ben & Jerry’s after a breakup, there needs to be a next step.
Social media infiltrates our everyday lives but how useful is it for our long term relationships? We need to start focusing on real, human interactions.
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The ugly truth is that there is no trick for moving on. Band aids don’t fix bullet holes, only time and an active effort to be happy will ‘fix’ you.
It is no secret that the loss of a loved one is one of life’s greater tragedies. The first year without them will be the hardest. It will be the year of ‘firsts’, when you fully realise the importance they had on your life when you go about your yearly routine.
I think I’m scared of being in love. I’m scared because I can feel myself falling, and I can’t let myself become a memory of “that girl you used to know.”
Ah, the Valentine’s Day struggle. I think you should show your love and appreciation everyday. I’ve never understood why you have one designated day.
Despite what Valentine’s Day may imply, love is not for one day, it’s everlasting and ever-present. Here are just some of the ways we can celebrate love more effectively every other day of the year.