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A moment of infidelity can change your whole outlook on love and life.
There's no denying that cheating on someone can cause a lot of pain. Most of the time, it's better to be up-front about how you're feeling before making a move that could hurt someone you
Remember that it takes two to tango.
We know that there's nothing empowering about being the third party in a relationship; and to add to the cons of that list, when an affair gets discovered, most people tend to blame "the other woman." It doesn't end
Unhappiness can lead people to do some very bad things.
According to a study published in National Center for Biotechnology Information, women cheat as much as men do.The researchers found out that nearly 25 percent of men cheat and a little over 20 percent of women do, too."Low relationship happiness
And other sh*t Pinays have to deal with, because we are women living in this country.
There are things that we wish had never happened. Unfortunately, reality always trumps wishful thinking. Here are the painful, disturbing, and disappointing things that have been affecting Filipino women. 1. RH LAW STILL HOSTAGED BY SUPREME COURT TROFour years since its enactment,
Does this mean that the way to a woman's heart is through cooking and doing the laundry?
Gleeden, an online dating site for women looking for extramarital affairs, recently conducted a survey with 10,000 female respondents."Some 73% of female members of the site quizzed on the matter claimed that they were driven to infidelity because their partner
'Dapat mas mahigpit sa babae kaysa sa lalaki dahil ang babae ang ilaw ng tahanan.'
Public Attorney's Office (PAO) chief Persida Acosta is seeking the post of associate justice of the Supreme Court (SC). In line with this, she was interviewed by the members of the Judicial and Bar Council (JBC) on Wednesday, November 16."JBC
The video of this penguin relationship drama has gone viral.
If love is called the universal language, then apparently, so is infidelity.We thought all penguins mate for life, but National Geographic has presented evidence proving that being monogamous doesn't necessarily apply to each penguin.A Nat Geo Wild video showing