There are ways to take care of yourself when you are processing a call out that not only helps your mental health, but also doesn’t use your mental health as an excuse to escape accountability.
What’s a poor guy to do in this mean, Feminist world?
Hi. My name is Carrie. I’m a racist.
It’s been almost thirty days since my husband left for a completely impromptu army training.
Whether you want them to or not, whether you’re ready or not, chapters come to a close.
Let’s all treat ourselves to a little more self-care and practice empathy, kindness, and basic human decency, shall we?
Loneliness was the hardest thing I faced when I lost my husband. The people who reached out to me when I was newly widowed probably saved my life.
You’re more than your productivity, your bank balance, your social life, your body. You’re you — and that’s enough to be confident about.
I bet that nearly everyone has, at one time or another, thought about someone else while having sex.
There was a time when I thought we would never be that couple who relaxes into a routine that excludes flirtation and the kind of heavy breathing that causes one to blush.
Your question is a question that I get A LOT — some variation of one partner essentially ghosting the other one within the relationship.
It’s extremely exhausting feeling like this, but I don’t know what to do.
After a break-up, it’s super common to feel like you didn’t meet an expectation.
One of the most valuable is embracing the liberating feeling of saying “No.”
You are not overreacting. But, you may have to realign your expectations.
While I’d like to believe people value communicating while dating, it’s a skill set not everyone has and perhaps should be taught.