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An Easy Guide To Safely Meet Your Online Match

It’s exciting when you finally find someone interesting online. Let’s say your match has the same interests as you, and you both like the same TV shows. That’s great! But, no matter how connected you seem to be while you’re chatting, you still have to safely meet your online match in real life.

Easy Safety Points To Remember As You Meet Your Online Match

When you finally meet the person you’re interested in, it can really be an exciting time. You become so wrapped up at the moment that you don’t even think about what you can do to keep yourself safe. Essentially, you are still going to meet a stranger so it’s important to be prepared. read more

Date Topics Which Will Save You A Lot Of Time

It’s great to have meaningful conversations about different date topics with the person you are seeing but in some cases, your conversations all go to waste. It’s either the date did not work out or the person you’re dating doesn’t want to be in a serious relationship. It won’t sound good, but you have to accept that you may have just wasted your time.

Date Topics That Will Let You Filter Through Potentials

Whenever you are on a date in real life or online, you are expected to talk about certain topics, to get to know each other better through conversations. Use this to filter your through the dates that are good matches for you: read more

These Factors Are Keeping You From Loving Yourself Fully

Self-love is an issue for a lot of people. Many find it hard to practice although they are aware that they need to. This puts a lot of pressure on individuals to perform and be the best at everything. However, outwardly showing that you are loving yourself isn’t as beneficial as real self-love.

Loving Yourself Means That You Have To Give Up These Thoughts And Beliefs

We all have to keep in mind that self-love is going to be a challenge, especially when we have years of hurt weighing us down. Despite this, there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel. Start your journey to loving yourself by eliminating the following thoughts or beliefs:

1. Defining Changes In Your Body

We can become old, wrinkled, fat, bald, or experience gravity pulling down on the wrong body parts. So what? That’s nature and that’s just your body. You are still you. Stop being egotistical about your appearance. Nobody can stay as youthful as a 20-year-old, and that’s a fact.

2. Events Are Not Your Life

In our social media world, it seems that we have been living for events. “In a relationship with…”, “Starting a new career in…”, “Trying out online dating” and so on. All of these events are positives, but these lead us to the fear of missing out. You only feel important when there is an event. If nothing exciting is happening,  you feel like your life is crumbling before your very eyes. read more

Social Media Rules New Modern Couples Need To Follow

We are currently living in a world saturated with the use of social media. Whether we want to admit it or not, this additional aspect of our lives has made things more complicated, not just in our friendships and professional connections but also, in our love lives. Are there social media rules that we need to follow as couples?

Essential Social Media Rules In Relationships

For old couples (couples who have been together for years), the social media rules may have already been established even if there was no formal talk about it. However, for the new ones, they have to be aware of their social media activity so as not to disrupt the continuity of the budding relationship:

1. Hold off on making that relationship request.

When you are happy about the relationship you’re currently in, you definitely want to let the entire world know that you are with somebody. Do not do this just yet. Yes, you’re technically in a relationship but you have to be sure that this person is serious about everything. Never give out a relationship request or change your status on social media unless you are 100% sure that you are formally a couple.

2. Don’t mind his/her ex’s activities.

Is the ex bothering your partner constantly with a bombardment of likes? Don’t mind it if your partner isn’t saying anything. However, if your love is sharing uncomfortable feelings about his/her ex lurking on all the social media accounts, it’s time you talk about what the best course of action is. Blocking the ex could work.

3. Easy on the comments.

Of course, you want to interact with your partner online as much as you are interacting in real life. You might be tempted to flood your partner’s social media with comments about how you’re agreeing with the post or with a dozen emojis. Stop right there. Just like how we need to give our partner’s space in real life, we also need to give them space online.

4. Put your phone down.

Yup, this is also a social media rule that you need to follow. As often as you can, you have to concentrate on building the relationship rather than concentrating on what you need to do on social media as a couple.

Follow all of these four social media rules and your relationship will be just fine. Share this post with new couples so they know exactly what they need to do. For more tips, check out other posts on our blog.