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The Internet allows anyone with Wi-Fi to speak their mind on a variety of issues. No matter what the person’s actual background is on the topic, many popular social media users become experts and give “advice” on child-rearing, religion and even relationships at the drop of a dime. Rules on relationships are published on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter constantly, and in my opinion, the information shared is usually quite toxic. To save you the time and anxiety that often comes from reading this advice, we’ve chosen 15 of the worst relationship advice memes that you should avoid like the plague.
No man is perfect. But if you complain about the following things in your relationship, your partner might not be that bad after all. Check out these petty relationship complaints that are signs that you might just have a good man on your hands.
Have you ever watched your relationship crumble after listening to friends and family who meant well? Nothing gets in the way of love like bad advice. So if you’ve been following these relationship myths, it may be time to think again.
“It’s all about falling in love with yourself and sharing that love with someone who appreciates you, rather than looking for love to compensate for a self-love deficit.”
Eartha Kitt was preaching when she shared that advice. With that being said, it’s time to stop looking to find your other half and start ensuring that you’re whole. Your future relationships will thank you later.
Think you’ve found Mr. Right Now? You might want to think again. We have 14 surprising reasons to think twice before choosing your next partner for a roll in the hay.
When it comes to reaching the big “O,” climaxing occasionally is not enough. Luckily, the key to having more orgasms is just a position away.
Check out the best celebrity advice on life, career, and love. These are definitely words to live by. What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?
It’s a classic catch 22: you need experience to get the job, but you need a job to get experience. Thankfully, these tips for getting hired when you have little experience can help you break the cycle.
When I first read about the woman who left her marriage to sleep with strangers, I thought “well that’s an… interesting way to work on your marriage.” But the author of “The Wild Oats Project” isn’t alone. The Washington Post says that Robin Rinaldi’s new take-a-sex-break-from-marriage philosophy could be the next marriage phenomenon since conscious uncoupling.
Here’s why it shouldn’t be.
When leafing through the files of relationships past, every woman asks herself “am I a good girlfriend?” And what does that mean anyway? We don’t know if we’ll ever come up with a definite answer. But in a mean time, these celebs dish on what it means to be a good partner. Do you agree?