Your step-by-step guide to a cord cutting ritual that will help you let go of your ex, and meet someone new.
These women say they're using their year-long break from men to build a stronger relationship with themselves.
Since polyamory is more about communication than anything else, let's see if we can talk through some myths about jealousy, raising families, and, duh, sex.
After I cheated on my boyfriend with a classmate, I found out I was pregnant—and wasn't sure whose it was. But even worse than the unwanted pregnancy, I was surprised to learn, was the guilt.
At first, I worried I might catch feelings for Alex: We listened to Frank Ocean together! He told me I looked amazing! Then I realized we already had a great thing going on—and no-strings sex worked for both of us.
"In non-monogamy, you can have your cake and eat it too—so why are you sneaking cake in the middle of the night?”
You can block them, delete Instagram, or chuck your phone out the window, but nothing is more effective than simply not caring anymore.
Splitting up from your partner can be an opportunity for personal growth—both internally and externally. Just take it from these folks.
When blogger Amelia Perrin broke up with her boyfriend, there was just one snag: they had a holiday booked together. Cue a week of cosplaying as a couple, long discussions about their relationship—and a lot of breakup sex.
'You've Got Mail' isn't a frothy romantic comedy with added dial-up modem sounds. It's a disturbing true-to-life thriller about a corporate executive slowly driving a women's business into the ground.
Mend and Break-Up Boss are part of a new wave of self-care apps that promise to help you get over ex.