Expectations from your 6-month relationship may include opening up about past trauma, saying “I love you”, meeting the family, future plans about moving in, going on a trip together, and discussing finances.
Quiet quitting is a phenomenon that started in the workforce and has now crept into relationships as well. When your partner goes cold on and distances themselves without any communication or admission of a problem, it is a way of quiet quitting. This article explores the signs to look out for if you think this is happening to you and what you can do to protect yourself and move forward.
Every adult has a particular attachment style that shows up in their relationships. This style is a result of their childhood and manner of upbringing. One such style is the Dismissive Avoidant Attachment. People with this attachment style exhibit particular traits when it comes to matters concerning emotional connection, commitment, and control. This article explores ways to change this attachment style and work towards healthier relationships.
Relationship coaches may scream from the rooftops that you should never contact your ex. But my ex called me to see how I was doing. And we got together after that. That has led me to believe that it really depends on the situation, and there can’t be a general answer. So, let me help you decide if you have the right reasons to call your ex.
Hollywood often likes to go La Vie En Rose when it comes to romance. But love is complicated. People don’t get back into the same relationship just because of love. They do it either to avoid getting better or because they have gotten better. The only difference is that in the former scenario, it’s likely to be toxic, while in the latter scenario, personal growth will be organic.