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Philophobia: understanding and overcoming it

Philophobia: understanding and overcoming it

Philophobia, what is it? It’s an extreme fear, namely the fear of falling in love or of getting into a relationship. Sometimes the phobia can be so extreme, that one can even be afraid to love one’s own family or friends.

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By Ana
5 tips for you to survive a long-distance relationship

5 tips for you to survive a long-distance relationship

Long-distance relationships are unhappier?

I mean, does happiness in a relationship have anything to do with closeness? I bet not. Couples who have a spatially close relationship may face a lot of challenges as well. For example, privacy can become an issue; the everyday routine together can bring boredom; coexistence can undermine the magic of the relationship.

A long-distance relationship, on the other hand, can make the time spent with each other way more exciting; bring more traveling opportunities, and help the couples to communicate better.

But one thing is true: long-distance relationships require commitment from the partners. Both of them have to be on the same page to make it work. So here are some tips for you who are willing to embark on this adventure.

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By elma
Showing love through acts

Showing love through acts

In the last articles, we explain what are the 5 Love Languages and describe how natives of the languages “physical touch“, “words of affirmation” and “quality time” express and recognize love. Today it is time to talk about those people who consciously or unconsciously love through acts of service. How can we make them feel loved?

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By elma
The 5 Love Languages: Physical Touch

The 5 Love Languages: Physical Touch

In this article we explain what are the 5 Love Languages and briefly describe each of them. Today we will provide further explanation on how to make a person that has the Physical Touch as his / her main Love Language feel loved. How to express love through Physical Touch If Physical Touch is the main love language of a person, it means that she will show love through caresses. Consequently, to feel loved, she expects that the other person treats her the same way. For this reason, natives of this love language are often […]

By elma
Don’t let stress control your life! Learn how to deal with it

Don’t let stress control your life! Learn how to deal with it

Learn how to deal with stress!

Annoyed by work, interpersonal problems or the fear of an exam; stress is a frequent issue in everyone’s lives these days and affects us in many different ways. So how can we deal with stress? And what can we do, for example, in a relationship to help and support each other to cope with everyday stress?

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By elma
Loving through words

Loving through words

In this article we explained that every person has a way to express and recognize love, also known as Love Language, and briefly introduced the 5 types of love languages. Today we will focus on the people who are native of “Words of Affirmation“, the ones that love and feel loved through words.

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By elma
Do you and your partner speak the same Love Language?

Do you and your partner speak the same Love Language?

After several years of profession, the couple therapist Gary Chapman noticed that the roots of many couple’s problems were the incongruency in their ways of expressing love. The couples reported that they were always trying so hard to demonstrate their feeling to the other person, but did not felt as loved in return. In this way, the therapist recognized the patterns that are known today as the 5 Love Languages.

In this article we will briefly describe all of them, to further bring each into more detail.

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By elma
The older, the better: advantages of dating older men

The older, the better: advantages of dating older men

Relationships between older men and younger women are very common. In fact, they are the most frequent type of relationship – out of every 4 marriages, 3 are like that.

In the Sugar Dating world, this trend is even more pronounced. According to our site’s statistics, Sugar Babies are on average 23 years old, and  Sugar Daddies 44. This means an age gap of 21 years on average.

One of the main reasons behind this trend is that older people are the ones who usually have a stable economic situation. Therefore, they can afford to spoil someone – but the aim of this article is another. We list here reasons to show that men are like wine:

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By elma
Bored in a Relationship? Scientific evidence on how to fight it

Bored in a Relationship? Scientific evidence on how to fight it

Let her/him – who never felt bored in a relationship – cast the first stone. Hm… I guess we have a ‘problem’ here. I mean, this person does not exist, does she/he?? And that is perfectly fine. So the thing is, how to get away from this feeling in a relationship? “It’s pretty simple!” – One might say – “Spice things up with an unusual activity! Go on an adventure, do something new with your partner, right?!” WRONG! Scientific evidence shows that the most general idea on how to beat relationship boredom might be mistaken. “OMG, and now what?”. Now stay with us because we summarized the research for you, and here is what you should really do to beat relationship boredom.

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By elma
Top 3 Myths about Sugar Relationships

Top 3 Myths about Sugar Relationships

Sugar relationships might be news to many of you. However, this kind of arrangement is not necessarily new (Royal mistresses are there to prove it right). Anyway, sugar dating is frequently cited as one form of modern love. Though, it has gained a lot of attention in the past few years. With popularity, inevitably, some myths around the topic rise. But most of them are propagated by people who have zero experience with the theme. That’s why today we are here to deconstruct the top 3 myths about Sugar Relationships; after all, we’ve got the expertise for that.

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By elma

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