I went out with a guy last night and I cared whether he liked me or not. As a result, I was nervous. My caring
Everyone knows to look out for red flags. But yellow flags? Do we pay enough attention to them? Do we make excuses when we shouldn’t?
Underneath it all, I’m still lonely and miserable, but I’m doing my best to focus on the moment and be my best self in each
Twenty years ago, I had a brief summer fling with a Galway Guy. We’ve kept in touch, loosely, through the years. In a few short
This anecdote dates back to July of 2017, when I first decided to give post-Narcissistic-relationship dating a shot. I quickly decided dating was a miserable
I am joy filled this morning. Yesterday would have been the Narcissist’s and my anniversary and I felt very little about it. On some level,
Five years ago today, I wrote the following in a thread on Facebook: “I’ve done it [online dating], with no expectations at all — just
I went on my first Tinder date tonight. I signed up on Saturday. Today is Monday. I also have a date lined up for tomorrow.
Joining Tinder has, as expected, given me the opportunity to practice post-Narcissistic Abuse lessons learned. I joined yesterday morning and am already seeing a huge
I finally did it. I put myself back on Tinder. You guys… this is TERRIFYING. But also, very exciting. My emotional brain says I don’t
Me: Will you take some photos of me to use for online dating while we’re working in your yard today? Friend: YES! Me: Awesome! I
Desperate for creative inspiration, I turned to Google and searched for inspiration. Literally; it’s what I typed into the search bar. I found the following
Length of time since the relationship ended doesn’t determine readiness to date. Length of time has nothing to do with whether one has healed and
Don’t fall for a man who says he’ll empower you. You’ll think it a bit off that he’ll talk about this topic so frequently in
“Cougar Town” is now available on Hulu. I haven’t watched any of it before now but for years people have been telling me I’d love it.