For the vast majority of people, life is hectic, stressful, and exhausting.With pressure at work, weekend obligations, household chores, kids and/or parents to care for, who has time to date?Notice And Redirect This article began with four popular mating myths, and there are many more that science has shattered: “Love isn’t worth it.” “Marriage makes people unhappy; it’s safer to stay single or just live together.” “Relationships are all about luck and there’s not much you can do to help them succeed.” “Marriage will kill your sex life.” “I have to be happy alone before I can be happy with someone else.” “I’ll make more progress in my career if I stay single.” “Depending on someone else is a sign of weakness and will hurt you in the end.” I could go on and on.
Do you suffer from Tinder Thumb (like tennis elbow, but caused by furious right-swiping instead of ground strokes)?
If your emotional fuel gauge is reading “E,” consider these suggestions: Create reserves.
One of our society’s most irrational ideas is that we should always push the limits.
Do any of the following statements ring true for you?
“All the good ones are taken.” “If it’s meant to be, it’ll happen, right?