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Emotional maturity is not something most of us consciously look for in a partner. For many of us, it’s not even a priority in the qualities we look for. We kind of take it for granted that if you’re attracted to someone, then everything will fall into place. If the relationship is casual and not expected to grow into something long term, [...]
One thing that life has taught me is that, if there is anything a man or woman, young or old must learn about life, it is learning how to stay calm, cool and collected in situations fraught with relationship uncertainty and unpredictability. Let me rephrase it this way: if there is anything one must absolutely master in this life, it's becoming [...]
Question: Women complain that men do not contact them after a date and play hard to get. But when they find a guy who shows them his true feelings and does not play hard to get they complain that he is too nice because he does not play hard to get. Most women I've dated start playing hard to get which is frustrating to guys like me not [...]
You probably already know that sacrificing too much time and energy for a loved one could backfire over the long-term. But did you also know that when faced with the choice of sacrificing time and energy for a loved one, or taking the self-centered route, people's first impulse is to think of others. A new research published in Psychological [...]