Boredom, loneliness, peak levels of nostalgia — it can all make texting an ex seem like a good idea. But before you go hitting send, take a moment to assess whether or not it’s actually worth digging up the past.
It’s always surprising when someone who ghosted you randomly returns, like a specter in the night. You might receive the famed “you up?” text at 1 a.m. or the “hey, how are you” message after being left on read for a year. The audacity is so strong with ghosters, it can be tough to figure out how to respond.
We've asked some breakup pros like dating experts, sexologists, authors, and yes, even a psychic, about how to stop yourself from thinking about someone—and trust me, they delivered. While these may not completely clear your mind, they can hopefully help you begin to move on. Just remember, time heals everything.
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The modern dating perils have devolved into tropes, with everything from horror movies to viral Twitter threads detailing their pitfalls. But for Chekmate CEO and founder Jimi Tele, these perils can be circumvented by creating authentic and organic relationships, even if the current social environment prevents that from happening.
Valentine's Day is rapidly approaching and you, dear reader, are single. After nearly a year of wafting through the waters of pandemic dating, the wormholes of Tinder, Bumble, Hinge, and all the other mainstay apps — you may be sick of it.
As the COVID-19 pandemic wears on, many people are seeking some kind of return to normalcy. And there’s isn’t anything more normal than looking for love. Even though it may seem different from past years, it’s still possible to find that special someone and make Valentine’s Day plans you can look forward to.