If you go on any social media platform any day now, you are very likely to come across articles, posts, videos, workshops and ads about self-improvement. What they all have in common is that they suggest that your life could be better IF ONLY you adopted this or that particular new habit or completely changed […]
I’ve been trying to change many things about myself for the longest time. I wish I could be more disciplined, strong-willed, focused. I just wished I could change, but no progress seemed to last, so I did a lot of pondering and realized that I — most people, for that matter — am afraid of […]
In our last post, titled “Why it feels so good to have a reliable sugar daddy“, I explained how that can help make a sugar baby feel much less insecure and anxious about her future and life in general. As we know there are many truly dedicated sugar daddies who desire to make a positive […]
On this cold winter day, I stopped to contemplate why it feels so good to have a reliable sugar daddy — to the point that we spend hours a week looking for one and wondering if he will be there for us the next day. Here’s what I found out:
Love is unique and so is every relationship. However, there are some fundamental principles that, when followed, tend to make relationships easier. No matter if you’ve been with your partner for a long time or just have got together, you should abide by these relationship do’s and don’ts:
In the last few weeks, we talked about the Manhattan effect and the Michelangelo phenomenon. Chances are, you’ve also heard of the Pygmalion effect and are wondering what are the differences and similarities among these phenomena. Today, you’ll find out!
How many times have you started a journal only to stop a few days later? And how nice wouldn’t it be to open a diary now and relive moments that have long since disappeared from your memory? A diary is much more than a container of memories: journaling is a powerful tool to improve your […]
This week, we’ll be talking about the polar opposite of last week’s article, which explains the Manhattan effect. In short, the Manhattan Effect refers to instances where, in a relationship, one person stands against the plans of their partner if he or she sees them as a threat to the relationship. Of course, no one […]