As the years pass by in your relationship, your sex life can get monotonous. Sex might seem like a routine. Believe it or not, sex can just get plain boring! Your bodies change with time and age. You perhaps don’t […]
If you aren’t disabled yourself and you haven’t spent much time with people with disabilities, it may be confusing to find yourself attracted to or in love with a disabled person. But don’t let the feeling of awkwardness get in the way of what could become an amazing relationship!
Same-sex relationships, like any other, need work when it comes to dating. Many same-sex relationships, particularly those that are ‘coming out,’ experience challenges such as hiding their relationships from friends and family and worrying about their reactions.
The internet is one of the greatest inventions of all time. It has totally changed how we do things including connecting with people in real-time across the world. Unfortunately, of the billions of people who access the internet, not everyone has good intentions when doing so.
We tend to think that there are only two people involved when it comes to relationships. But that’s not always the case.
Long-distance relationships mean that you aren’t living with your partner because you are in different places. This means you can’t see each other often.
The two of you flirted. You started dating. And then things got more serious: you agreed to be in a relationship.
We’re not born with the talking and listening skills we need to be good at communication, but everyone can learn to become better a communicator.
A relationship means different things to different people, and what makes one person happy could make another unhappy.