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 […]
The feeling of unlovability is a deep-seated emotional state where individuals perceive themselves as inherently unworthy of love or acceptance. It often arises from past traumas, rejections, or a lack of positive reinforcement, contributing to a negative self-image and challenges in forming and maintaining healthy relationships.
A lot has been written (and read) about the phenomenon of gaslighting. Accusations and counter arguments, such as, “I never said that,” “You have a crazy imagination,” “Stop being so hysterical,” and “I was just joking,” hold so much more power than imagined. They make you doubt your own version of events, retreat into a
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.
Is lovesickness real? What are its symptoms? Can one cure lovesickness? We spoke to psychologist Anita Eliza for more insight.
Looking for tips on how to deal with an angry person in a relationship? If you got yourself a hostile husband, a grumpy wife, or a hot-headed partner, it’s not easy being in love at all times. You never know what to say or do; you are always walking on eggshells in order to avoid
Dating anxiety causes include past trauma, toxic past relationships, low self-esteem, the fear of scrutiny by other people, and insecurities about your financial status or appearance. As a result, you tend to cancel dates, feel jitters, expect the worst-case scenarios, and struggle with post-date anxiety.
If you’re ignoring the glaring reasons to take a break in a relationship, you’re basically writing its obituary. Here’s a list of 9 signs it’s time to take a break in your relationship, lest you lose your mental sanity while giving CPR to a dead relationship.
How LGBTQ+ Individuals Can Benefit From Online Therapy: Breaking Barriers And Nurturing Mental Health
This article discusses how LGBTQ+ online therapy can help, why it is important, and how it improves areas of life such as communication, conflict resolution, building healthy relationships, and having a fulfilling, happy life.