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The only rule is that there are none.
When you think of anarchy, you probably think of black eyeliner, punk rock, and someone who doesn't subscribe to any type of hierarchy or rules. Relationship anarchy isn't totally far off from that definition. (Except for the eyeliner, obvi. Unless
Jealousy isn’t inherently bad. It depends on what you do with it.
We all know the angry, gnawing feelings that accompany jealousy. Many of us have felt them in our relationships-both romantic and platonic-or even felt them vicariously. Jealousy can be a huge source of unhappiness and while it's helpful to
What could be more compatible than two Scorpios, or two Virgos, or..?
So you've got a crush/bae/twin flame/FWB-and they have the same Sun sign as you. (Whoa!) But isn't dating your own zodiac sign kinda...weird? Egotistic? Isn't it like dating yourself, or even your twin?
Because we all want different things and that's okay.
In her recent cover story for Harper's Bazaar, Beyoncé said she has always been "intentional about setting boundaries." We would expect no less from Queen Bey. But, for many of us, setting healthy boundaries, particularly in romantic relationships, can feel really
Experts confirm it's unfortunately a very real thing.
Have you ever met someone who is exactlyyy what you're looking for in a partner, but they're moving out of state the following week? Have you ever fallen in love with someone who's "not in a place
Get them to feel all the ~kilig~.
Being romantic isn't one of those things that comes naturally to everyone-mainly because people's affection preferences are different. But this, my friends, is where love languages come in.Whether you're engaged, married, navigating a situationship,
DTRing can help prevent mixed signals and heartbreak.
I'm not the first to say it and I certainly won't be the last, but dating nowadays kind of sucks. Instead of actual relationships, we're living in the time of "talking stages," "situationships," and "flirtationships."Now
'We don't follow the saying na 'huwag matulog nang magkagalit!''
If there's one thing everyone in a relationship can agree on, it's that it sucks to fight with your S.O. Whether it's about something small like what to order for dinner or something major that
From everyday budget concerns to wedding prep expenses and job-related issues.
It doesn't matter if you're single, dating, married, with or without kids-money problems happen. For couples in their 20s and 30s, the challenges can be anything from everyday budget concerns to wedding prep expenses, and even job-
'His reaction tells me all I need to know.'
Women have taken to Reddit to share what they do and how they deal when someone flirts with or hits on their partner. So if you tend to feel jealous when someone else pays attention to the person you're in
Perhaps the silliest thing about the friendzone is that friendships do actually lead to relationships.
One of the things I like most about being gay is the ability to watch "straight culture" from a safe distance, like an ever-so-slightly smug (and very well dressed) spy. When searching for the loudest, most exaggerated and chaotic displays
Take them at their word and don't expect to change their mind.
Keeping your options open is super commonplace in the dating world. Many of us have experienced the relationship gray area, where the person we're dating either isn't totally communicative about where things are going or has told us
Jealousy isn't inherently negative.
Jealousy in a relationship or in a friendship is common and normal, but so often we're told our feelings of jealousy are wrong and toxic. Experiencing jealousy isn't inherently negative unless the behaviors we then display once we
First off, let’s ditch the one-word responses, mmk?
Texting a new crush is a lot like playing ping-pong. You say something, they say something, you say something again, they something again, and then you eventually make plans to get jalapeño margs and make out a lot.But none
For one thing, understand you cannot 'save' or 'fix' them.
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, depression is "a mood disorder that can affect how you feel, think, and handle daily activities such as sleeping, eating, or working." And while you might hear the words "Wow, I'm so
There are actually some simple, concrete strategies that can help.
As someone living with PTSD, dating can be extremely triggering at times. Whether I'm in the grocery store with my partner or being intimate with him at home, my trauma always comes up in some form. Sometimes my mind goes
Are you two *really* aligned in your relationship?
Q: My partner told me recently na he thinks it'd be better if I stay at home after I give birth pero personally, I want to continue working. I'm not sure how to have this conversation with him.
If they're a Scorpio...good luck.
Uh oh. You f*cked up. And your partner knows it, too. (Ouch!) All relationships go through ups and downs, and no matter if you've been together for three weeks, five months, or twelve years, you're bound to fight with
From three women who have experienced it in relationships and friendships.
Most times, victims of gaslighting don't even realize they're being gaslit. That's how insidious the psychological abuse can be. Gaslighting makes people feel anxious, confused, and like they can't trust their own version of