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"It actually renews the first flutters of falling in love," says this science journalist.
They're related but not the same.
Sometimes one soul is split into two bodies.
If you were asked what you're looking for in a partner, what would you say?
What is your attachment style?
Echoists fear being the center of attention or a burden to others.
Ever heard someone describe two people as "kindred spirits"? Here's what that really means.
It's a phrase that gets thrown around a lot, but what does it really mean?
How happy are you, really?
"If I had met my husband five years earlier, no way, guys. No way. We'd be a tabloid headline!"
Hint: You may want to start holding yourself accountable.
Many of us learn a lot about relationships from the relationships we witness the most growing up—our parents.
Every person should stay single for three months after a breakup.
The qualities that meet your needs.
A lesson on the value of staying still through discomfort.
Opening up and recognizing yourself are important steps if you're trying to find your match.
Consider the six core building blocks of any healthy relationship.
Want a long-term relationship? Start with doing the inner work.
A full self-exploration guide.
No. 3: Lack of effort from the other person. Who can relate?