Seeing reminders to “check on your strong friend” online over and over are nice, but what does that really look like and how can you do it?
Recognizing that your friends’ actions or decisions are evoking something in you is the first step.
We spoke to four people about the time they said ‘I love you’ first and how they overcame the fear to do so.
While that view of self is important, it differs from the process of actively loving ourselves. Emotional wellness experts weigh in.
The current COVID-19 pandemic has many reassessing their relationships, with others and themselves.
We played the ‘We’re Not Really Strangers’ card game with its founder, Koreen Odiney.
Seven people share what they learned from sleeping with an ex.
Get to know the cool girl with a big voice.
A guide on how to be friends with your partner’s squad.
Get to know the softer side to the creative who’s all over our timelines.
“I want to look back at old photos of myself and be like, ‘oh, I was a bad mothafucka.'”
Words by Rae Witte. Photo by Niklas Hamann / Unsplash.
There are over 20 heart emojis–here’s what they mean and how to use them.
Is a little dirty texting sufficient enough to quell post-relationship lust? Rae Witte explores an alternative to jumping into the sheets.