When did you last take stock and evaluate your dating life? There is no time like a New Year to do this; here are my tips to help you along the way to dating success.
Are you in the early stages of dating exclusively? Do you have something you need to share with them, but you’re dreading it? No relationship can work without residing in a place of truth.
When searching for a romantic partner, it's natural to look at their positive traits, however, research suggests that looking at our partners’ faults is smart and productive.
When you violate someone’s trust in you, they will struggle to believe in your intentions moving forwards. In a romantic relationship, distrust harms the connection that’s been so meticulously constructed over the years between partners, sometimes decimated in a moment’s madness.
A very warm welcome to the less known concept of the 'green flag' in relationships, a promising sign of good things to come. 'Green flags' indicate the likelihood of compatibility.
Do you feel that you put in all the work in the relationship, such as initiating dates and planning nice things to do and that the other person is not ‘pulling their weight’? Read on to see whether it may be you that is causing the imbalance.
Almost no one actually wants a long-distance relationship. However, sometimes it is inevitable for one reason or another. Read on for my top 7 tips on how to make your long-distance relationship work.
Breadcrumbing is when you lead someone on romantically by dropping small morsels of interest - an occasional message or a DM on social media, but with no intention to commit. Read on for some tips on how to navigate this if you have been on the receiving end of breadcrumbing.