You are reading this, so I know that you are a narcissist. You may even be a little bit psycho! Here's how to trick people into thinking otherwise.
Repeating specific patterns in relationships that are not beneficial to our well-being could be a sign of a troubled past.
Are you worried that you're getting bored in your relationship? Here are 8 ways to keep things exciting and fresh.
This is a review of what a Love Avoidant person is and how they behave, based on personal experience and research.
Is your boyfriend acting weird all of a sudden and you can't tell why? The best thing to do is talk to him--but you can also read through some of these possible reasons before you ask.
Communication is crucial for the survival of relationships. It's important to avoid sabotaging your communication. See the following 10 Mistakes that Shut Down Communication in Your Relationship, and avoid them.
If you're dating someone and you are starting to feel more like your boyfriend's mom than his girlfriend, find out why this is happening and how you can stop it from progressing further and ruining your chances of love once and for all.
Tips on how to navigate challenging relationships with people who deny they were abusive in the past
I've learned to pay careful attention to these red flags, since a good parent wants to know how their new love interest really feels about their kids.
What exactly is a player, and how can you avoid falling into a relationship with one? This article will teach you all the warning signs you need to look for.
Any girl who has experienced a same-sex relationship will know that they are magical, exciting and liberating. However, the unique dynamics present between two women can also lead to some bizarre and undesirable outcomes. Here are five problematic things that gay girls must avoid doing.
The holidays can be especially difficult for adults with narcissistic mothers. This article discusses those who still go home for the holidays and those who stay away.
Though you love your spouse, you may not love their former partners. Here are some tips to help you navigate this often complicated relationship.
A guide to domestic violence with the reasons victims stay, the challenges victims face after leaving an abuser, and how Christians can help them.
If you find yourself stepping outside of your primary relationship to explore the unknown, these simple steps will help you not get caught. When you don't want to lose your main squeeze, but you want to explore other options, you must exercise caution and discretion. This article will help you.
How do you keep loving an addict, without losing yourself and letting them totally destroy you during their fight with addiction? Learning to loving with emotional detachment can help you to continue to support your loved one while also letting go.
In today's world, we are told to follow our hearts. As far as adultery is concerned, the less our hearts have to do with it, the better. This article is to help you get your head out of the clouds and back in the game. Adultery is never the answer and has too many risks.
One of the hardest things some of us will ever experience is watching a loved one—be it a family member or friend—stay in an abusive relationship. Here's a look at why adults stay in toxic relationships and the various ways in which we can help them.
Dealing with feelings of betrayal has a lot to do with the closeness of the individuals and the level of trust that was broken. Sometimes family lets you down. Here's how you can heal.
"I am attracted to people who are broken and I want to fix them." Sounds familiar? Then you may be a Fixer. Don't worry - I am one, too, and I've learned how to deal with it. You can, too!
Gaslighting is a serious domestic abuse problem. If you think you might be gaslighting your wife, girlfriend, or partner, look at this article to learn the signs of this emotional abuse designed to drive another person crazy. If you think you are a victim, look here for signs of emotional abuse.
Are you worried that you or someone close to you is being controlled by their partner? Learn the 13 most obvious traits of a controlling relationship and help break the cycle today.
Nobody wants to be accused of neediness. It feels like a sign of weakness or desperation. The key is to recognize what it is that drives the behavior and then learn how to soothe it—not suppress it—in order to improve your relationships.
She said no. Now what? Learn how to approach the difficult time that occurs after someone rejects a marriage proposal.
When we learn that we are involved in a relationship with a pathologically narcissistic person, we may struggle with feelings of confusion and unreality. The Little Shaman explains how to deal with this situation.
Are you wondering why your man seems unable or unwilling to commit to you? Do you think it's about time? Here are some of the reasons he may be resisting.
Have you been texting your boyfriend (or just a guy you like), and he hasn't been texting you back? Here are some reasons why he might have decided to ghost you.
Have you been having dreams that your partner is cheating? Are you ready to get to the bottom of these nightmares? Take a look at what might be causing them.
Are you worried that your husband is cheating on you? Spying to find out is also a betrayal of trust. So what should you do? Here are expert clues to spotting infidelity in your marriage without betraying that trust.
Probably the one thing all narcissistic relationships have in common is that the demands the pathologically narcissistic person makes on the other person are unreasonable and unfair. How can you stop this from becoming your life? Read on to find out.
Are you really happy or just really comfortable in your relationship? Figure out the difference and what to do about it.
Trivial disagreements can pop up in even the most perfect of unions. For a greater chance at a timely resolution, it helps to keep your wits, take a little time, and consider the situation at hand. Here are three ways to fight fair, and what to do if the issues are more deeply-rooted.
Divorce can cause guilty feelings for ex-husbands who have become legally separated from their children. If they and their new wives don't properly address this issue, the second marriage may also fail. This article discusses what happens and what can be done to avoid problems.
When a relationship isn't blatantly abusive, how do you know if you're in a toxic or a healthy relationship? Here are a few key points that will tell you whether your relationship is healthy or not.
It can be impossible to solve even the simplest everyday issues experienced by most couples in a passive-aggressive relationship. Learn about 7 common passive-aggressive behaviors, and how to cope.