Breaking up is hard to do, but fixating on your ex and your old relationship isn't healthy. You probably know that, but if you shift your thinking about your old relationship onto you and your needs, rather than your ex and the things you don't have anymore, you can start the process of moving on.
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During sex, do you frequently find yourself thinking about grocery shopping, or getting distracted by the cobwebs on the ceiling? It's frustratingly hard to turn our brains off when we're being intimate, even though we all know how much better sex can be when we're mentally present. These tricks can help.
This may seem like a no-brainer, but when it's so much easier to duck confrontation and send an email or a text begging for help or a much-needed favour, you're far better doing it in person, face-to-face, says researchers from Cornell and the University of Waterloo. That awkwardness actually improves your chances.
Breakups suck no matter what time of year they happen, but they're particularly rough during the holidays. While everyone is celebrating, you're struggling with loneliness and heartbreak. Whether you were on the giving or receiving end of a breakup, here's how to cope with the loss during the holidays.
When someone close to you has something terrible or sad happen to them, it's tough to know exactly what to do or say. The keys are to be specific, don't dismiss or gloss over what's happening, and always keep an open ear. Here's what we mean.
In the dating world there's a looming presence that haunts us all: Ghosting. I've watched friends get ghosted, been ghosted on and I've even been the ghost many times. But I decided to stop. Not just because I realised how impolite I was being, but because I also saw that vanishing into the ether was actually a disservice to myself.