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Even If You’re Thinking It, Don’t Say It! 14 Thoughts That Should Never Be Shared With Your Man

February 4th, 2013 - By Julia Austin
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There are two kinds of omissions of truth: the kind where you leave information out so that you don’t get in trouble for something you’ve done wrong, and the kind where you leave information out because it serves no purpose but to hurt your partner—it doesn’t bring to light anything that can or needs to be fixed, it doesn’t improve your relationship, and it simply doesn’t need to be said. Here are 14 of those types of truths.

It’s A New Year And A New Me: Ways I Won’t Let A Man Treat Me In 2013

January 11th, 2013 - By Julia Austin
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Just as everyone is sitting down to assess their plan of action with their diets, their workout regiments, their careers, and their finances, the new year is the perfect time to sit down and assess your plan of action with your love life. If things didn’t go the way you’d hoped in 2012, for the most part that was no stroke of bad luck. It was an accumulation of wrong decisions, shortsightedness, and perhaps failure to respect yourself and your needs. Don’t just charge into 2013 saying, “My love life will be better this year!” Ask yourself how?What will you consciously do, or perhaps not do, to improve your love life? A great way to begin is to make a list of behavior and treatment you just won’t tolerate. This might help you get started with your list.

How to Still Love a Brotha – When You’re Mad as Hell

December 28th, 2010 - By L. Nicole Williams
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Men and women think differently. We are bound to conflict in romantic relationships. Thus, it has to be understood that disagreements and non-violent arguments will happen and you will have to get over it. Anger takes energy, and it’s easier to just let it go. So, if he’s not cheating with your best friend, try these ideas to show you’re still in love with him:

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