Our sex and relationship pieces tried to break down the great female mystery, and they were consistently the highest-rated articles in the magazine aside from, well, the pictorials. And we learned a lot ourselves.
When you criticize, judge, attack your partner, that is a form of mental or emotional violence.
It’s not in order, but they’re there.
The most awkward part of these meet-ups is that I often repeat myself multiple times related to the fact that I remember none of the truths or lies that I’d conjured up on the night we met.
Learning how to kiss someone new, and finding out how your body meshes with theirs in hugs and cuddle sessions. Sure, there might be a few knocked teeth and rogue elbows here and there, but eventually, you figure it out.
I decided to do some research on how to tell if the dude you want to date is crazy or a keeper.
Save your breath, you cannot tell these sad lovesick puppies anything.
Most codependents attract troubled or dependent people into our lives, and our chronic “helping” and “fixing” unknowingly perpetuates the cycle.
A reality check: You didn’t make him change.
No one – not your therapist, your mother, your best friend, or an online article – can truly tell you how to know when to breakup. It’s something only you and your partner can decide. But, there are plenty of signs that point away from Merge and, instead, towards Junction.