A relationship with a partner who struggles with a personality disorder is far from easy. Imagine being married to a narcissist, and going through life either pandering to their exaggerated sense of self-importance or dealing with the consequences of making them feel slighted, sidelines, eclipsed. It can be terribly hard to accept that you’re inconsequential …
From deciphering the right from wrong to navigating the myriad gray areas in between, forging and sustaining balanced, wholesome relationships is a work in progress. Our relationship advice segment serves as a beacon that ensures your relationship stays on course, even when it’s wading through turbulent waters of strife and conflict.
From figuring out how to handle those initial days of dating marked by undefined expectations and uncertainty over your future as a couple to dealing with serious issues like manipulation, gaslighting, abuse, disrespect, trust issues, betrayal, and healing from traumas – of the past and present – to become better versions of yourselves as individuals and partners, you need an ally at every step of the way.
Through our relationship advice, often backed by expert inputs, Bonobology seeks to be that ally and friend who stands by you no matter how tough the going gets and helps you emerge stronger on the other side.
Every relationship goes through different stages; a few sustain and a few deteriorate. None of it happens in a blink of an eye or overnight. There are always multiple red flags that you may have ignored because you were so smitten with your ex. However, a lack of clarity about how a partner felt about you can make dealing with a breakup far messier.
Affirming something is a way of attracting positive vibes from the universe. In one way or another, all of us believe in the power of the Law of Attraction. Everything we say or do has consequences and we are here to tell you how you can use that to your advantage. To start you off, …
It’s not always easy cutting people off from your lives. Sometimes you know them just for a week, while other times you have been in a relationship with them for years. When you’ve just begun seeing someone, it’s easier to identify the talking stage red flags. But in a longer relationship, it’s difficult to identify them and even more difficult to take the next harsh step.