Dating After a Break Up

Dating after ending a relationship that broke your heart may seem like the scariest thing in the world. Self-protection is natural and not wanting to get hurt again is normal, but if your ultimate goal is to find love again, you must be able to take the risk of getting hurt again in order to find a happy and positive relationship. Have a positive mindset: A positive mindset leads to positive behavior, which in turn increases your chances of a positive outcome. Remember what you do and don’t want in a partner: Since leaving your last relationship, take time to reflect about what worked and what didn’t, what kind of person you deserve and need, etc. Make sure you are healed: Dating comes with

How to Decrease Feelings of Loneliness When You’re Single

In our society being single is hard and often comes with a negative stigma. Societal judgments and family opinions can often make you feel worse about your marital status. However a new study that recently came out suggests singles become happier as they age. The study highlights that happier single people are more focused on creating a full live, rather than finding a partner. The study mentions that the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey reported that more than 120 million U.S. residents, or almost 48% of adults aged 18 or older, were divorced, widowed or had never been married. In 1970, 29% of the population, or 39 million adults aged 18 or older, were single. Even though tim


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