You tell yourself, “Maybe if you just find someone, then everything will make sense, and the relationship will make you happy.” “I need to find my person first, then I can truly enjoy my life.” “How can I be happy if I haven’t found my partner yet?” “I’m really happy with where I am in […]
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If you’re in search of some fa la la la la festive films to brighten your holiday season, you’re in luck. When December hits, those who celebrate Christmas shift into overdrive to get the holiday shopping, baking cookies, attending festive gatherings, and singing carols done and dusted. But you need some “you” time, right? And
We’ve all been there. It’s that phase early in the relationship (or, in some cases, situationship) when it’s all about the person you’re seeing, and they consume your every thought. You begin your days checking for their text, and you end the day creating romantic scenarios in your head so that you can peacefully fall
One of the most important decisions a Christian can make in their life is deciding when they want to date and who they want to date. Many Christians are taught from an early age how meaningful Christian relationships are and how important it is to know whether or not you’re ready to enter into a
According to data, it’s believed that you, the millenial, aren’t introducing your partner to your family until after ten weeks of dating. Yet, no matter when you plan on doing it, it’s incredibly anxiety-inducing. It’s like seeing this person for the first time through the eyes of highly critical ‘others’ that have your best interest at