I felt guilty for wanting to take a nap.
Use these seven steps to focus, review, and shine your light this year.
You don’t need him. You never have and you never will. You may want him, but you certainly don’t need him.
All of those hallmark cards, flower bouquets in the grocery store, and little chocolate hearts shower us with messages of what our relationships should look like.
In high school, our psychology teacher asked us, “at what age people are the happiest?” so certain that we knew the answer, we all raised our hands and guessed that it was 21.
My subconscious pattern went like this: Meet an emotionally unavailable (but charming) guy, have a connection, see them pull away, cling harder—feeling that if they could just somehow get into my reach then I’d be worthy.
I’m writing this post with a lot of love for anyone who is nursing a broken heart.
I know how easy it is to get sucked into all the things that aren’t perfect: all of the doubts, stresses and fears.
Conversation starters and thought provoking questions to create real connection and help you in your quest for true love.
Some might seem obvious, and some you may downright disagree with, but here is what real women say about their biggest dating desires and frustrations.
Know that you are not alone or have to do it all by yourself. It’s ok to ask for help.
Alexis Meads’ answer to her friend’s question offers a new way to think about commitment.
He cheated and now she’s struggling with trust. Alexis Meads guides a GMP reader out of this tricky situation.
You don’t have to seek perfection. There will be compromises. Love shouldn’t be one of them.
Alexis Meads helps one GMP reader decide.
Your partner will appreciate Alexis Meads’ original ideas way more than store-bought flowers, chocolates, or an over-priced restaurant.