Have you ever been a relationship where it felt like your partner was keeping a scorecard? They did things for you. They took you out on dates. They brought you gifts for no reason at all. It seemed like they were doing all of these things because they were your partner. You thought they were doing these things because they loved and adored you. Then … Continue reading The Relationship Scorecard
I went to a virtual Women’s Conference this week and it really helped me to do some self-reflection. I was always the person that was trying to help others, especially in their relationships. I was always telling my friends and family members that they deserved better when it came to who they were in relationships with. I grew up in a household with two parents … Continue reading Easier said than done!
I used to believe I needed closure in order to get over a relationship, but I no longer believe this. I always wanted to know what happened. I would ask myself questions, like what did I do to cause this relationship to end? What could I have done better? I would reach out to the person to get closure. Now I know it is a … Continue reading Closure is no longer essential for me
I will be the first to admit that I am a hopeless romantic. I believe in love and I celebrate it. I thought I found love during my last relationship but somewhere in the middle of it, I realized I was repeating the mistakes of my failed marriage. I started to feel like I was unable to be my authentic self, so I started to … Continue reading Breaking Cycles
Have you ever had a boyfriend or a husband that you were hiding bits and pieces of yourself from? For those that really know me, they know that I have many, many facets to my personality. I can be quiet, loud, funny, silly, corney, smart, sophiscated and many other things. I like to have fun and I don’t take myself too seriously. I am a … Continue reading If you can’t be your authentic self with him, chances are he is not the one for you.