Often, I start with this disclaimer: “Anyone who has ever given you relationship advice is full of bullshit.” It’s true.Human beings are invariably different, each and every one of ’em, and driven by thousands of experiences, beliefs, and behaviors.
And that insecurity is a powerful lure—for selfish, unavailable, and abusive potential partners.
I need time to breathe when I’m angry or else I lash out like a heavy-footed she-beast.
In my relationship (but maybe not yours), the best medicine in the world for intra-marital conflict is for me to be by myself, preferably with some sleep time in there somewhere. In fact, I’ve uniformly rejected every piece of relationship advice that I’ve ever been given -- thank GOODNESS, because relationship advice is fucking dumb.
Hannah Orenstein and George Kong from Tawkify and Lori Zaslow from Project Soulmate have seen it all, and they're sharing their biggest dating Dos & Don'ts to help you get it right next time.
Everyone has an idea of what she wants in a partner, but sometimes those must-haves hold us back.
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