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How To Develop The Skill That’ll Transform Your Dating Life
It’s time to stop letting rejection crush you.
9 New Year’s Resolutions For Your Dating Life That Aren’t Cliché B.S.
Should auld acquaintance be forgot…they will probably still watch your Instagram story.
F*ck Emotional Labor In Dating
A Holiday Survival Guide For Newly Out Queers
Bring your out-and-proud self back to your hometown.
I’m Fat, But I Still Believe in Playing Hard to Get
It isn’t just about wanting to be chased. It’s knowing that, despite my weight, I am still worthy of being chased.
6 Things To Do Before You Start Dating Again
Heal yourself before you find someone else.
Yes, I Want You To Notice I’m Fat Before Liking Me On Tinder
I’m cute and curvy.
4 Dating Compromises To Stop Making ASAP
Because you’re worth it, baby.
8 Things That Are (Probably) Even Better Than Falling In Love
You don’t have to catch feels to catch that glow.
How I Ended A Two-Year Dating Slump And You Can Too
Because if you’re not having fun, what’s the point?
How To Know When You Are Truly Ready For A Relationship
It’s different than wanting one.
Unpacking The Breakup Box: How Going Through Your Ex’s Shit Can Give You Closure
While the process sparked something, I wouldn’t call it joy.
So You’ve Been Cheated On. Here’s How To Get Back Into Dating.
It’s a process.
What To Do If Your Crush Starts Dating Your Best Friend
We know, it sucks.
How 5 People Got Over A Breakup When They Felt Like Shit
Cry, journal, cry again.
Health & Wellness
How To Make The Most Of A Breakup
It presents more opportunities for reinvention than just a drastic haircut.
Health & Wellness
What To Do For Yourself This New Year Instead Of The Usual B.S. Self-Care Rituals
Rather than focus on vague goals, try these specific tricks.
Why I’m Glad I Didn’t Have A Serious Relationship Until Age 27
I watched as my friends paired off with their respective partners, slowly turning into versions of themselves I didn’t recognize.