Being in an intimate relationship with someone who has chronic health issues can be challenging on some days. This piece looks how you can have a better grip on your own emotional health, while you negotiate the ups and downs of being there for your partner.
Do you feel like you and your partner keep falling into a harmful pattern that isn't good for your relationship? There are some ways in which you can be more aware of what is wrong and make amends for a more loving, nurturing relationship.
This feeling of being expected to manage your emotions while remembering to remember everything else is something that a lot of women can relate. However, most people don't recognize Emotional Labour as 'work'. Read on to find out what Emotional Labour is and why it a burden, both physically and emotionally
A healthy relationship is set on three building blocks: cohesion, flexibility, and communication. Let's look at how these different building blocks work in conjunction with each other to establish a great relationship.
While social media allows us to be in close communication with our partners and share pictures of our relationship with friends, this can sometimes create complications and misunderstandings. Read on to find out how you can reduce the risk of having these conflicts sparked by social media, and tips on cautious use of online mediums especially when you are in a relationship.
We might love the person to the core, however something might stop us from within from going forward with that relationship. When we are out of a relationship, we might want to get into one and when we are in, we might want to get out. Sometimes this is because of relationship anxiety.