Find out how you really felt about your partner, and whether you love them enough to commit to a long term relationship.
What would you do for someone you loved? This man would do anything.
Ever been played by a player? Here’s how to recognize a player so you don’t get played again. — One of my favorite Maya Angelou quotes is “When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time.” Ah, if only we’d all heed Ms. Angelou’s wise advice, there would be fewer broken hearts. I…
Before going into a serious relationship, the most important thing to be conscious of is quite simple actually: self-awareness. It’s easy to get so caught up in finding someone that you lose yourself in the process and the relationship turns out being the complete opposite of what you expected. Why does this happen? Because you…
When faced with a world that can be cold and harsh, we all long for a warm protective embrace of another, regardless of gender.
Ah, to be young and in love.
Daniel Dowling has the questions to help you find the love of your life. Only you have the answers.
Being in love is not a feeling but instead a consistent display of actions, followed by words and experiences that two people share with each other.
Doug Sandler has found the answer in the music of the heart.
Most ideas we encounter about love and romance don’t prepare us for a life of love with a true partner. But these ideas will.
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Just because two people are in love, doesn’t mean they’re meant to be together.
Dr. Christopher Rodgers Shares Passionate Thought About the Condition We Call Love
“If it turns out that this is incurable, would you marry me?” is not your traditional marriage proposal, but then again, Andy and I haven’t lived traditional lives.
True love is not a feeling, but a state of being.
A love that feels like it’s carrying your entire reality higher and higher happens overnight only if you’ve already been learning the lessons.