What To Do After Leaving A Toxic Relationship

Source: pexels.com The Love Relationship Conference 2019 discussed the fascinating insights about the five love languages. It is essential to know the love language of your partner because it can help you become a better person to your loved one. Sometimes though, no amount of effort can make a relationship work, especially toxic relationships. And […]

Don’t Be His Rebound Girl (Watch Out For These Signs)

  Rebound relationships can often help people stop missing their exes. When a person starts dating someone new, their success in having found another appealing person to date can help them feel better about their romantic prospects. — Samantha Joel Ph.D. For someone who’s serious about her romantic relationships, nothing would be more painful than the […]

How Accepting Rejection Benefits Your Mental Health

The pain you get from being rejected is, at times, unbearable. You may have been rejected by someone you like or by your dream job. You can’t but feel helpless under such situations, as if it’s already the end of your journey for you. However, life doesn’t end there; rejection is a process we all […]

How Can You Help When One Family Member Is Depressed

He started to hear voices telling him to kill himself; suspicious of people around him; no interest on things he used to enjoy; inability to sleep at night, easily agitated, looks superficially happy but, feels sad. It’s truly tragic to see someone knowingly choose to maintain an unhealthy relationship when you know in your heart […]

Powerful Mantras To Help You Move On

Love dies. Relationships end. These statements are difficult to accept, but they constitute people’s daily lives. Heartbreaks are extremely painful since you invested time and effort into a relationship. For better or worse, in most of today’s Western cultures we have immense freedom to follow our hearts’ desires when it comes to love; however, this […]

How Depression Can Take Over Your Life After A Breakup (And How You Can Combat It)

It’s normal for us to need some time to ruminate and go over the break-up in minute detail when we feel like we were the one who was dumped. Break-ups can definitely qualify as traumatic events and telling and re-telling the break-up story is a relatively normal reaction if it was traumatic for you. — Suzanne […]

How To Survive A “No Commitment Relationship”

At first, there is the pain, or the relief, the anger, sadness, etc. But as time goes by, people often end up drifting back together — they start talking, having sex, spending time together, and soon they’re a couple again, even if unofficially. — Nathan Feiles, MSW, LCSW-R The addiction of love blinds people.  Some […]