Your parents have always told you not to watch too much TV, or else you'll end up with a ruined eyesight. Well, that might be true. TV could be bad for our eyes, but what our parents did not tell us is that watching a lot of TV (or Netflix, in today's era) could lead to better relationships.
One of the greatest attributes people of both sexes should possess is confidence. It is also one of the most misunderstood, for there are many people who confuse self-confidence with arrogance and the most recent “swagger”. However, they way to tell genuinely confident people from those faking it is by noticing the way they live their life.
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In the world of online dating, you win some, you lose some. You win when you meet and chat with a person who is equally interested in you as you in them. You lose when all you’re getting are plain and bland online dating messages from a person you’re truly interested to meet. Unfortunately, the latter is more abundant in … Continue Reading ››
Once the honeymoon phase of our relationships ends, we all slowly but surely start to realize that our partners may, indeed, not be the flawless god-like creatures we took them for. This is when the so-called “pet hates” start to appear, making our partners' annoying habits almost insufferable.
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Ask your friends who are in long-term relationships how they feel about them, and what their biggest problem is with regards to their partner. Surely, the most obvious things killing relationships are cheating, constant bickering, and deception. However, there is one thing killing relationships that’s much more common and perhaps even more dangerous because it is so sneaky: boredom. And it’s the … Continue Reading ››