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They're in no rush!
Finding meaningful relationships in life is important, but some people just choose not to rush the process, and that's totally fine. While some people may think that your worth as a person is reflected in romantic relationships, these celebrities are
'Since I've always been single, that's just the norm to me.'
Although being single is slowly being normalized, we still seem to default to being in a relationship as the norm. Many of us who have been through horrible breakups and toxic relationships might look at someone who hasn't experienced being
Like the dreaded, 'Ang taas kasi ng standards mo.'
People say that the right person comes along at the right time. And for some, it happens *so* fast, but there are also those who have to wait a little longer-and with the extra effort to really put themselves out there.
Relationship coach Aileen Santos has tips for people who have had NBSB.
So, you've never been in a relationship. Sure, there might've been an almost-relationship or even a casual encounter but never one person who you considered a partner. There's also a possibility that you've
Being alone doesn't mean you have to be lonely.
Still NBSB in your 30s? Or maybe you've been out of a relationship for quite some time. If you're wondering if you've gotten the short end of the stick, think again. Research shows that the experience
Some may call you a late bloomer, but as a confident grown-ass woman, you know you’re never not blooming.
My story is technically not the typical NBSB tale, though with my previous "relationships" way back in high school or about 15 years ago (!), it may as well be. I call them "relationships" because they lasted for an average of three months-
Which of these 2018 series will keep you and your ~*feelings*~ hooked?
The most memorable series for you is probably one that makes you feel like it mirrors your life-especially in terms of relationships. Here are some recent Korean rom-coms and melodramas that could be just what you need whatever your relationship
Being alone and feeling lonely are two different things.
While there are many who are in serious relationships at my age, here I am focusing instead on a career that I love so much. People often ask me why I haven't settled down yet and I always give them the
'I feel like I've matured into who I really want to be, and not into someone who has to please a guy.'
We've written dozens of articles for and about single girls, coupled-up girls, girls trying to get over past relationships, and girls looking to get into a new one. But NBSB girls-girls who have had "no boyfriend since birth"-are