ADORE a·dore əˈdôr/ verb 1. love and respect (someone) deeply. synonyms: love dearly, love, be devoted to, dote on, hold dear, cherish, treasure,...
A real man knows what he wants in a partner, and once he has found that special someone, he commits himself and his whole life to them. Your happiness becomes his happiness. He stays loyal to you because he understands that one true love is enough for a lifetime.
When your friends are changing their status to "In a Relationship" or "Engaged," which you will see flooding your Facebook feed, you'll either suffer from FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) or FOGO (Fear of Getting Out).
As I sit at my desk and look out my window at France in fall, I'm thankful I had this experience on with no strings attached. Nothing kept me from diving head first and taking in what it's like to live abroad. I've changed completely.
Are the holidays just too much pressure for a relationship to survive? A Daily Mail analysis of Facebook statuses revealed that right before Christmas was the time that people were most likely to call it quits.
You need to get really clear about what you need versus what you think you want. It is like ice cream and spinach. You need spinach and other green leafy vegetables to be healthy, but ice cream taste better. But too much ice cream can be unhealthy.
It's important to notice patterns in our behavior that push away love. We can take an open stance and consider all the ways we may be withholding, shutting down, being overly critical, focusing on form or picking fights with our partner.
The idea is to remain happy and healthy and securely connected, rather than let the stresses dampen your spirit or lead to self-sabotage.
DO give thanks this year that your to-do list for the season is as uncomplicated as when you were 6 -- except this time around, you're allowed to get drunk, too!
I was thinking about how much my life has changed in the last year. I went from living with my fiancé and closing in on a second wedding day both of us. Then we slowed down, took a deep breath and changed our minds. It was mutual, but it certainly wasn't easy.
The Turkey Drop is the phenomenon of college freshmen returning home from their first term away and ending their long-distance highschool relationship. It's not just college or even casual dating, though. Long-term 'ships often end abruptly over the holidays.
The key is that you are not bottling up your emotions, but also not letting them rule you, or run you ragged. You let it out and then when the timer goes off, you get up, take a deep breath and commit to moving forward in a positive, intentional way.
My mother is your typical Ghanaian mother and so are her thoughts on love and loving. As I've grown older, I've found a new understanding and fascination with her ideas on love and loving. They continue to inform my emotional growth and define the ways in which I navigate my romantic life.
There is no doubt that being on the receiving end of deceit, betrayal, or any form of dishonesty is painful. When it is in your most significant relat...
When boy meets girl sparks fly and hormones rage. As a result, they usually throw caution to the wind and run heart first into this exciting and wonderful thing we call a "relationship." The only problem is that they do so without asking the important and revealing questions that may determine if the relationship is doomed for failure or headed for "happily ever after."
Shocking I know. I'm not talking about saying it to family or friends, I've never said those three words to a lover and I wonder if I'm the only woman...