Wednesday, 13 April 2016

Celeb AbOuT: How to Impress a Girl

Celeb AbOuT: How to Impress a Girl: #8 LISTEN Girls just love to hear their own voice, and ever since they are little they are mostly encouraged to tell everything to ...

Tuesday, 29 March 2016

9 Ways People From Broken Homes Love Differently

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Those who grew up in a broken homes understand the weight of the memories that come with it, memories that’re a big part of who we are.
Growing up in a toxic household affects the way you love:

1. We’re a bit overprotective.

We’ve spent most of our lives trying to protect someone in our household from getting hurt. That need to play the role of protector follows us, even after we leave that toxic environment. We’re on guard for when anyone tries to hurt you and can sometimes be a little paranoid about it.

The Sad Truth of Being in Love With Someone Who You Have No Future With

The Sad Truth of Being in Love With Someone Who You Have No Future With Image
Ah, to be in love. It’s the most wonderful feeling in the world - the feeling that warms our bellies full of butterflies, and makes us smile for absolutely no reason at all.
The feeling that makes us move across the world, forget old plans, and dream bigger than we ever thought we would.
As the Beatles once said, all you need is love, but is that true? Don’t we also need compatibility? And similar visions? And timing?
And what about the two people who make absolutely no sense on paper: they’re from different parts of the world, they work completely different jobs, and it makes no sense that they even met - let alone fell in love.
So, does love conquer all?

Your Boyfriend Isn’t A Keeper Until: The 12 Stages Of A Relationship

Your Boyfriend Isn’t A Keeper Until: The 12 Stages Of A Relationship Image
The most important part of a relationship is being there for each other. Through the good times and bad, judgment-free. A little laughter and a lot of love doesn’t hurt, either. 
To know he’s a true keeper, you must go through all the stages of a relationship first: from meeting to falling in love, from meeting the parents, to having life throw a bunch of shit at you to try and tear you apart.
Stage 1: The meet cute
Wherever you met, it’s adorable . . . even if it was at a bar at 2am. You’ll never forget the first time you laid eyes on him, unless you were blackout wasted—but it’s still as adorable as meeting in an elevator or on an airplane at a reasonable time to be awake.

20 "Mistakes" That You Should Make in Your 20s

20 "Mistakes" That You Should Make in Your 20s Image
Some mistakes are good to make. That’s how we learn, and get embarrassing stories. And if you’re in your twenties, you’re probably making mistakes anyway, so you might as well focus on making the right mistakes. Don’t panic, fellow “adults”: you can (and should!) mess up a ton, without ruining the rest of your life.
  1. So you’ve graduated—and realized that you picked the complete wrong major. That’s ok! Harrison Ford started out as a carpenter! The words on your degree don’t seal your fate.
  2. Dating someone totally wrong for you. (Well, now you know)
  3. Taking a job that you hate. Spoiler alert: your first job is not going to be your dream job.

How To Cope With Being Single Again After A Long-Term Relationship

How To Cope With Being Single Again After A Long-Term Relationship
Love is the best… until a break-up happens, of course, and then it’s the absolute worst. Whether we’re casual daters or serial monogamists, we can all agree that while being single for indefinite periods of time can be boring and frustrating, it can be pretty awesome, too. Learning to find happiness without someone else is one of life’s greatest gifts. But what do you do if you have literally never been without a boyfriend until now? Or if you feel horrible about the black holes in your relationship history? It’s totally possible to teach yourself how to be single so you can be just as content not matter what your status on Facebook says.

It’s a huge misconception that single girls are lonely ones who have no people in their lives at all. You have awesome friends and family, right? So make sure you see them as often as you can. Schedule weekly drinks dates with your best friends and have dinner with your parents. Having fun social plans with others will make you feel better.

2. BUT LEARN TO LIKE BEING ALONE WHEN YOU ARE.Whether you’re into binge-watching or breaking a sweat, it’s a good idea to find activities that you can do by yourself that you enjoy. You will have more free time than you’re used to, so why not find something you love?

Monday, 28 March 2016

10 Inspiring Relationship Goals For New Couples


We all set goals in life. We set goals at work, goals with our finances, and even goals with our hobbies and passions. But how about relationship goals?

Relationship goals are important for new couples because they give your new romance a direction. Moreover, shared goals ensure that you’re both on the same level and understand exactly what you want out of this, and from each other. Goals strengthen your relationship and give it a better chance to last. So let’s take a look at 10 inspiring relationship goals.