Carnival of Dating Advice, 23rd Edition
Welcome, friends, to the 23rd Edition of the Carnival of Dating
Advice, bringing you some of the best latest articles in dating,
relationships, psychology, and more from around the web.
Without further ado...
From The Confident Man Project,
Graham Stoney gives us "Celebrate
Your Successes by Sharing Them with Others," focused on learning
how to let go of negative emotions holding you back (such as shame or
depression) and reinforcing positive ones to propel you forward by
verbalizing those emotions and getting them out. Graham says: "Celebrating your successes helps
reinforce the positive mindset that you need to feel inner confidence.
Share them with others and you become a powerful leader."
Jana Moreno of Wisdom Ink
You Tired of Doing Everything Right and Not Seeing Results?" The
message here is one I can wholeheartedly endorse: that you won't
succeed at anything long term trying to willpower yourself through...
instead, you must find ways to make the thing itself be the reward.
Nathalie of The
Relationship Destroyers tells you to "Release
Your Sexual Inhibitions!" Sex is one of the biggest contributors to
relationship satisfaction - or dissatisfaction
- and Nathalie wants you to loosen up and let it out.
Amritorupa Kanjilal from The Bea's Knees sends in "How to Deal with a Cheating Partner." Your first instinct on reading may be to assume that the article's going to tell you to work it out - it isn't. All it's telling you is to take time to understand your own emotions, and your partner's emotions, and resolve things amicably. Just because something bad has occurred doesn't mean you need to launch a holy war. You can try and work them out - or, you can leave calmly, wishing your ex well as you do.
Love in India's Sulagna
Dasgupta writes "Too Busy to
Live? Romance for the Time-strapped," with six (6) tips for not
forgetting about your partner in a hectic, non-stop world. Sulagna
says, "A great relationship takes
time and efforts. This article talks about six essential tips for madly
busy people like you to keep romance alive in your relationship."
... and that wraps us up for the twenty-third edition of the Carnival of Dating Advice. If you're reading this and want to submit for next time, check out the guidelines here.
Hope you found these articles fun and useful. Tune in next time for more great posts from around the Internet.