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Are negative thoughts destroying your relationship?

It saddens me that as I write this, I feel like there is so much hatred around. And I suppose these days we are exposed to so much more thanks the way we consume media, which feels like it’s non-stop and all around us. I have begun to see this parallel though and I’m conflicted about it. We are a society that is constantly talking about trolls online and bullying, but we are the same society that aggressively and public condemns anyone that expresses their opinion that might not be in line with the majority, might be a bit controversial or offends someone.  We are telling people online not to hate on someone’s post or photo and to refrain from online bullying, yet so many of us seem to partake in some form of bullying ourselves. Someone speaks out or has a public opinion and then there is a petition…

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If You Feel Insecure In Your Relationship, Ask Yourself These 5 Questions To Figure Out Why

Feeling insecure in a relationship can be awful. Although there are some relationship insecurities that are totally normal, others can make you wonder if something is wrong with you. If you feel like you’re with the right person and that you’ve done everything you can to build a healthy relationship, the insecurity can be compounded by something else: frustration. It’s hard when you know you don’t feel good, but you don’t know why. If you’re constantly wondering to yourself, “Why am I feeling insecure in my relationship?” with no real answers, it may be time to delve a little deeper. I spoke to an expert to get some thoughts on questions you can ask yourself when your relationship isn’t feeling as great as it used to. 1. Is My Insecurity About My Partner Or Myself? Dr. Nikki Goldstein, a sexologist and relationship expert, says the most important thing to ask in…

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