This article will discuss not getting along with others and others disliking them as relationship red flags. The accompanying video can be found here.Continue reading Relationship Series: Red Flags – Part 8 (Not Getting Along with Others & Others Disliking Them)
This article, and the corresponding video, is a mental health check reflection on 2020 and what behaviors and attitudes not to carry over into 2021.Continue reading Don’t Take Toxicity Into 2021, Not Even Your Own
This article is about empathy and how to tell if someone’s story is being heard. Listening and accepting what’s said as truth is the foundation of being empathetic. The basis is to not discount what’s shared due to lack of a personal reference point. You can watch the accompanying video here.Continue reading How to Be Empathetic
People treat you how you allow them to treat you. Not in the sense that you can control their behavior, but by you making your boundaries known and maintaining them. You can watch the accompanying video here.Continue reading People Treat You How You Allow Them to Treat You
This article will discuss lack of communication, not taking an interest in your life, and how they treat other people as relationship red flags. The accompanying video can be found here.Continue reading Relationship Series: Red Flags – Part 7 (Communication, Showing Interest, & Being Kind)
Online dating is challenging, and even more so, with COVID and social distancing. My advice to being successful with online dating is to change your perspective on what’s considered success. You may think you’re unsuccessful because you’re not meeting people.Continue reading Let’s Change Our Perspective on What’s Considered Successful Online Dating
I read or heard somewhere that people are single because they’ve spent too much time being alone. I thought about it, dismissed it, and it rolled back around into my mind. I decided to digest my thoughts and leave them here for discussion. The accompanying video can be found here.Continue reading Why Are People Single?
I find the question, when you meet someone, “How long have you been single?” to be irrelevant. A polyamorous person may be in a relationship and seeking an additional relationship, therefore, they’re not “single” in the traditional sense. Being single and ready for a relationship, as a monogamous person, doesn’t have to do with how much time has lapsed since the end of a previous relationship. You can watch the accompanying video here.Continue reading Dating Chronicles #2: Irrelevant Question – How Long Have You Been Single?
This article was prompted by conversations, with various people over the years, who complained about having similar conversations with their significant other with the hopes the partner would make a permanent change. The accompanying video can be found here.Continue reading Acknowledge They Care & Have the Conversation…Again