Don’t Go Back To Less When You Can Have So Much More!

“Modern dating can train us to expect less, and ask for less. Never amend yourself downward to accommodate your partner’s inability to be more.”

Susan Winter, NYC Relationship Expert

How To Get Over Someone You Thought Would Be Your Person Forever?

“Women in particular typically “tend and befriend” others, as an evolved survival mechanism. If women are unable to maintain a relationship or friendship, they may feel disappointed in themselves, not just their partners or friends. The inability to keep a relationship on track, even if the other person is to blame, can be perceived as a personal failure.

Eventually, the loss will begin to feel more like your history, not your present. In fact, research suggests that relationships that are unsatisfying or marred with unpleasant interactions are worse for your emotional well-being than an absence of romance or friendships.”

Suzanne Degges-White, Ph.D.

“I’m Done!” – The Perils of Infatuation

“Levitan quotes the research of psychologist Dorothy Tennov who found that the duration of infatuation typically lasts at most “between approximately 18 months and three years.” Circumstances like a long-distance relationship or chronic relationship insecurity may artificially extend the tingling phenomenon, at the cost of delaying the shift either into a departure from the relationship or into commitment to a mature and reliable love partnership.”