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99 Things To Do After A Breakup That Are Actually Healthy And Healing | Well+Good Feature

The morning after my most recent breakup from a serious relationship, I woke up, wiped off my mascara-stained face and wrote out advice for myself in list form. Item one read: “Breakups are excruciating as a default, you can’t escape that.” While that bummer of a truism isn’t the most empowering, I charged on with my list and ended up with a huge document of ideas of things to do after a breakup. And I found it to be hugely helpful as I navigated the […]

2020-02-18T16:57:12+00:00By |Categories: Article, Breakups, Self Help, Self-Esteem, Single, Well+Good|Tags: , , , , , , |Comments Off on 99 Things To Do After A Breakup That Are Actually Healthy And Healing | Well+Good Feature

What is ‘the wall?’ | Big Think interview

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Psychological ‘walls’ harm us over time — instead of protect us

Appraising a ubiquitous feature among modern folk.

  • In uncertain social situations, we tend to defend ourselves by putting a psychological “wall” up.
  • For those who are very cautious, people who engage with them may feel an outright “dismissal.”
  • Cultivating trust is more important than ever in overcoming many peoples’ walls to build relationships with them.

What is the wall? No, not the colossal fortification that separates the Seven Kingdoms from […]

2019-10-08T16:30:46+00:00By |Categories: Article, Interview, Self Help|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on What is ‘the wall?’ | Big Think interview

11 Shocking Physical Signs Of Relationship Burnout That Shouldn’t Be Ignored | Romper interview

Here’s the thing about burnout. It’s sneaky. It kind of creeps up on you so that you know that you’re miserable, but you just can’t really pinpoint why. And since burnout is so often associated with work-related matters, you might assume that those blah feelings festering inside of you are because of a micro-managing boss, not the person you promised to spend the rest of your life with.

What does it mean to burn out? As Psychology Today explained, “burnout usually […]

2019-09-26T22:34:40+00:00By |Categories: Article, Love, Relationship Expert, Relationships, Self Help|Tags: , , , , , , , |Comments Off on 11 Shocking Physical Signs Of Relationship Burnout That Shouldn’t Be Ignored | Romper interview

Tinder feature- The Secret To Getting Closure Post-Breakup

By Danielle Kam

Breakups feel like vegetables taste: bad. And, in my opinion, the worst part about a breakup isn’t ending things itself, it’s the aftermath: overthinking, crying, bargaining, wondering. It leads you to a dark place. What could I have done differently? Why did it work out this way? And a lot of times, you won’t get the answer to any of those questions. Unless you’re me.

“I cannot express enough how important clarity is for closure and to create the most positive narrative,” says Susan Winter, relationship expert and […]

2019-09-26T22:34:41+00:00By |Categories: Article, Breakups, Dating Advice, Love, Relationship Expert, Relationships, Self Help|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Tinder feature- The Secret To Getting Closure Post-Breakup

How long should one wait to date again after a break up? | Daily Trust interview

By Eseohe Ebhota-Akoma and Bamas Victoria

Breakups can be really hard on some people while others get over it easily. But how long should one wait to date again after a breakup? LifeXtra finds out. As humans, we have different behaviors, temperament, mannerisms et al. As such, we tend to meet people who are either compatible or incompatible with us.

In relationships, there would be disagreements because no one is perfect. But then if there is a breakup, how long would it take to get over […]

2019-09-26T22:34:42+00:00By |Categories: Article, Breakups, Daily Trust, Dating Advice, Love, Relationship Expert, Relationships, Self Help|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on How long should one wait to date again after a break up? | Daily Trust interview
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