covert narcissist

The difficulty in identifying a narcissist lies in differentiating between self-confidence and self-infatuation. This might seem blatantly obvious, but in the throes of a new relationship what is actually dominating and conceited may at first come across as strong and self-assured, characteristics that attracted you to them in an instant. As time progresses, however, this […]

dating yourself after a breakup

There’s nothing easy about breakups, they happen for a multitude of reasons but more often than not, all leave you feeling empty, almost as though you’re missing a part of yourself. One of the best ways to remedy a broken heart is to learn to fall in love again, yet this time it’s not with

fun date ideas

Whether it’s the first date or the fifty-first, if it isn’t free from a series of awkward silences or stale conversation starters, we’d much rather be sticking pins in our eyes. No matter what stage the relationship, these common symptoms scream stuck-in-a-rut dating to any onlooking outsider as well as the two bored partakers. If

relationship status

Recently I have found myself questioning whether I am a single pringle, free to roam as I please, or in a committed one-on-one relationship. To be honest with you, I have no idea what my relationship status is. Now, this isn’t because the guy I am seeing is taking me for a ride or that

true love

Home alone again on a Friday night with only reruns of House and your cat for company. We’ve all been there. It’s the reason most of us download Tinder. Gone are the days of skimming through the lonely hearts column. Not that we ever did because at its peak we were 14 and naive; necking