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Sharing and being a good listener is something we all need to practice regularly. When we disagree with our partners, it’s easy to get caught up in emotions, and that’s never a good way to resolve anything. The truth is, even the most loving couples conflict over big life decisions; it’s o

posted by Rebecca Cooper-Traynor on February 19, 2021 in design / comments

In the early days of the pandemic, many people hit the pause button on certain aspects of their lives. With all the time spent at home, there’s been a lot of opportunity for personal growth and reflection. We’ve learned more about ourselves and what’s important to us, and many of us got a huge

posted by Rebecca Cooper-Traynor on February 19, 2021 in design / comments

Losing a spouse feels like the worst thing that can possibly happen to you. It’s a devastating loss that nobody is ever prepared for, and everybody processes the grief differently. What’s worse, it’s inevitable that your well-meaning family and friends won’t hesitate to offer to introduce

posted by Rebecca Cooper-Traynor on January 8, 2021 in design / comments

Thinking back to past relationships, can you acknowledge that fear of rejection holds you back from sharing your feelings? If you can relate to this experience, you’re not alone. Nobody likes to feel this way. Whether it’s a job interview, dealing with colleagues at the office, or in your per

posted by Rebecca Cooper-Traynor on January 4, 2021 in design / comments

If you haven’t dated for a while, it’s perfectly normal to feel a little strange about getting back into dating. If you’re open-minded and ready to enter the next chapter of your life, love could truly be just around the corner – with one very simple caveat. If you think that love is just

posted by Rebecca Cooper-Traynor on November 27, 2020 in design / comments

Do you often find yourself attracted to a particular type of person? Perhaps someone who is always demanding your attention, who likes to think that they are superior to others, and goes ballistic if anyone challenges them? If you answered “yes!” to any of the above questions, you might be at

posted by Rebecca Cooper-Traynor on November 27, 2020 in design / comments

When you’re just starting to get to know one another, texting is never a good idea. Sure, it’s convenient, quick, and low-key, but it’s also very easy to have misunderstandings or to feel rejected or neglected. Once you get to know each other better, you can decide how you want to interact.

posted by Rebecca Cooper-Traynor on November 27, 2020 in design / comments

The exclusivity talk seems to come earlier these days, and there are loads of reasons why. Before the pandemic, dating for a few months before discussing exclusivity was okay. But now, while we are trying to connect and build relationships with people while being mindful of the potential dangers

posted by Rebecca Cooper-Traynor on November 27, 2020 in design / comments