Navigating the world of Gen Z dating can sometimes feel like an exhilarating rollercoaster ride. But just like with any other amusement park, there comes a time when you might decide it’s time to step off and explore other attractions. Too many choices, and not enough effort from the other person might make you feel […]
Have you ever found yourself bending over backward to please others, only to feel like you’re constantly stuck in the friend zone? Do you ever wonder why being the ‘nice guy’ doesn’t always lead to the happy, fulfilling relationships you’ve been dreaming of? I know how it feels. You’re not alone in this often bewildering
“Am I overthinking or is he losing interest?” “Is he being distant or am I overthinking the situation?” If these questions are weighing on your mind, chances are you’re still not confident that the guy you’re with is into you or not. One of the incredible challenges of navigating the complex dance of human relationships
Hysterical bonding refers to an intense and often strained emotional or sexual connection between partners, following a crisis or betrayal in their relationship. In a committed relationship, it’s important to push healthy jealousy by openly expressing your feelings and boundaries. It helps in maintaining trust and respect in your relationship while interacting with others. However,
Scrolling and swiping on social media has become an integral part of modern relationships. Follow the latest trends, share funny reels, or flaunt your partner a little. But what if that double tap or status update reveals more than you hoped for? Are you questioning the authenticity of your partner’s online persona? Do you find
Sociopathy and psychopathy both fall under the category of anti-social personality disorders. However, a sociopath can be identified by certain specific traits – manipulation, aggression, and rebellion being just a few. If you find yourself in a relationship with a sociopath, your mental health and safety could be at risk. We explore the ways to identify a sociopath and how to protect yourself from one.
When you’re overtly and covertly careful around someone because they’re too sensitive, you’re walking on eggshells, meaning you watch your words, how you behave, how you interact, even what you wear, and what you think.
A narcissist is someone with an inflated sense of self-importance who ignores the effect of their behavior on others. If you find yourself in a relationship with a person with Narcissistic Personality Disorder, studies show that there are typical behavior patterns that such individuals follow when the relationship is ending. This is largely to protect their own interests and reputation. There are ways to protect yourself from the trauma that may ensue after such a relationship ends.
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.
If you are finding it difficult to find a girlfriend, you’re not alone and you can turn things around for yourself. This article explains what the problem could be and offers some ways to overcome them.