Remember that first coffee date, the butterflies, the shared dreams? Now, fast forward. The jokes that hurt, the constant unsolicited advice, the backhanded compliments that chip away at your confidence. That spark you felt at the start, it’s flickering. Sound familiar? You’re not alone. Many women grapple with the question: “Is he a misogynist?” It’s […]
You and your girlfriend, once inseparable, now find yourselves in a space that feels unfamiliar. The warmth and connection you once shared seem to have faded, leaving you questioning whether this is just a rough patch or a sign of something more permanent. It’s a situation many find themselves in—wondering if it’s time to make
Breaking up with someone can be a difficult and emotionally charged experience, but what about the often-overlooked emotional rollercoaster experienced by the one who initiates the breakup? Dumpers remorse, a term gaining recognition in the realm of relationship psychology, delves into the complex emotions and regret felt by those who decide to end a romantic
Relationships are tricky, and figuring out if it’s time to part ways with your boyfriend can be even trickier. That’s why we’re introducing the “Should I Break Up with My Boyfriend Quiz,” created by Dhriti Bhavsar, a psychologist with a master’s degree and a focus on counselling. Dhriti’s knowledge will help you decide whether it’s
Have you recently experienced the pain of a breakup, feeling truly heartbroken? If you’ve found yourself wondering whether things will ever improve or when the tough emotions will start to fade, know that you’re not alone – breakups can be incredibly challenging. Here’s some comforting news: it does get better! Breakups typically unfold in five
Discover the art of navigating soft breakups with grace in our latest article. Learn how to part ways gently and maintain respect and kindness in relationships. Explore the path to new beginnings with empathy as your guide.
Forget everything that every movie on Romedy Now tells you about never letting go of the one you love. No matter how challenging, it takes maturity to walk away from things that do not sustain you anymore.
When your heart is skinned, it’s very easy to fall into patterns of self-loathing and start blaming yourself for all things that have gone wrong. We’re here to help you steer clear of the pattern with these tips on loving yourself after getting your heart skinned
“It’s not you, it’s me” is the classic breakup line people use when they are bored of their relationship and want to date someone else. They were once in love with you but they don’t feel the same way now so they use this tactic called pseudo-compassion wherein a statement looks very compassionate but in