Dating with purpose can be a foreign term to many people. Not very often do you find the two words in the same sentence, and when you do it’s normally after a long-winded conversation and one too many glasses of wine. After speaking with a few girlfriends of mine, I’ve come to realize that few men or women actually date with the intention of getting married. Some date because they’re lonely and bored, while others date because they want cute pictures to post on Instagram. The purpose of dating is to find your life partner. In this post, I’m breaking down how to date with purpose and exactly why you need to do it.
Love, Dating & Relationship Advice
A fantastic collection of articles about love, dating and relationships with tips and advice on how to navigate dating as a millennial woman, opening up to new people, friendships and differing family dynamics. You’ll also understand what it takes to have fulfilling romantic relationships and general tips for success!
We spend a lot of our time talking to other people; sharing our thoughts and anything else going on in our lives. Even though we spend so much time talking, our communication skills determine if the other person actually gets the message we’re trying to convey. How many times have you spent hours talking to someone on the phone or given a long presentation only to have your audience not understand a word you were trying to say? Frustrating isn’t it? What if I could teach you how to improve your communication skills so your words can have the impact you want them to? That’d be awesome right? Well in this post I give the 5 tips and tricks I’ve learned from experts over the years to help you communicate clearly and precisely.
Making good friends has an incredible impact on every aspect of our lives. We are inherently happier, more fulfilled and healthier because knowing someone else is there to support us allows us to be our best selves and create the life we want for ourselves. But how do you make friends as an adult? How do you build these close, fulfilling relationships?
When I was younger, I had a difficult time making friends. I was super awkward and found it hard to express how I felt around people I didn’t know. The older I got, the harder it became and at one point I completely gave up. This might sound familiar. You’ve always struggled to make friends and now that you’re an adult it’s even more difficult. It could also be the exact opposite and when you were younger had tons of friends but find that making friends isn’t as easy the older you’ve become. In this post, I’m going to give you the key to making good friends as an adult and form lasting relationships.
When you are single, there is always a chance that you will end up dating in the nearby future. If you have just broken up with your partner, you might also feel the push to want to date. The questions for both kinds of persons is, are you really ready to date? Are you physically, emotionally and otherwise in that space to invite someone else into your life again? To help you decide, here are 10 questions to ask before you start dating. Good questions are hard to make but these are some pretty good ones.
Dealing with breakups is never an easy thing. Hearts are broken, promises are forgotten, and at times, you see the worst sides of the person you once loved or still love. After a breakup, it can be difficult trying to figure out what to do, who to go to and where to turn. The emotions can cloud your judgement and healing your broken heart might seem impossible. It doesn’t have to be. A few years ago, I went through a very difficult breakup myself and the tips I will discuss below not only helped me to move on but rebuilt the shattered pieces of my broken heart one by one.