Many of us have unspoken, unfinished, or incomplete feelings about our current and previous relationships.
Dividing time with the co-parent can be difficult in the beginning. Jane Brown makes it easier.
How to break up with someone. It might be someone you still love, or that you don’t see a future with, but it’s never easy. Here are my thoughts to help you get through the tough time and keep arguments and heartache to a minimum.
Just because a relationship is over doesn’t mean we stop loving that person. Mark Radcliffe explores the beauty and the pain of loss.
Embed from Getty Images—How did we get here? It wasn’t supposed to end like this.We had plans. We had dreams. We still had so much to do. I thought we had so much time.Maybe one day we will meet again. So maybe I should be at peace with letting you go. I should just let…
Breakups suck. But they can be the road to a more powerful, more authentic you.
4 Signs your relationship is headed for Quitsville and how to pull it back from the brink.
Learn about the person you are when you’re alone.
You just got dumped. What if it really, truly isn’t about you?
Partners of those who grew up with tragic parenting are shocked by our capacity for self-loathing.
“You don’t get to find out the ending to your story when you’re stuck being a chapter in his.”
…She wasn’t the oneA short while before hipsters invaded Austin, Texas, circa 2002, I was debating whether I would move there myself to follow a girlfriend. She had moved back there (her home state) from where we lived together in California. We were attempting a distance relationship after a spring hiatus, under the solid understanding…
Sorting through the aftermath of infidelity.
No matter what your friends say, the so-called “heartbreak” is the toughest thing to go through.
Yes, you will be able to move on.
A horrible break up is like being diagnosed with a rare and devastating disease. No, really.