Author: Madeleine Mason
The importance of celebrations can be attributed to bringing people together, eliciting a sense of connection with those around you but also boosting your mental health.
In relationships there may be misunderstandings, uncertainties, discussions, disagreements, painful compromises and so on. You find yourself in a state of not-knowing and turn to Google for answers, or your friends and family. However well-meaning they are, they are not very often your best source of advice.
Do you look around and see friends in your circle who are a bit of a love magnet, but for some reason despite everyone telling you how attractive and wonderful you are, it isn’t happening? As a relationship expert, I’m often asked what isn’t working, or what else can could I do?
What if sharing how you feel about someone actually enhances your chances of a relationship forming? If you think anything emotional is cringe-worthy, I would like to invite you to consider sharing the odd feeling and seeing what happens.
We all have our own unique coping mechanisms to deal with the various pressures, but sometimes they can actually weaken over time. Our resilience reduces and we find ourselves struggling to cope. This can also extend to our dating lives. But how can you tell if you could do with some date coaching?
He tried to be a little too funny, a little too outrageous, and accidentally went over the line. But can’t it happen to the best of us? You tell yourself 'No, I would never make that mistake"
Micro-cheating relates to behaviours which are considered inappropriate to the fidelity of your romantic partnership. They are those small actions that by themselves aren’t quite enough to make you end the relationship, but big enough to make you feel hurt or angry and unloved. They ultimately contribute to the erosion of your relationship and that loving feeling.