Dear Dr. Darcy:
Is there a right way to apologize to someone? I fucked up, she's mad, and the words "I'm sorry" are not going to make her feel any better :(
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No one likes a Negative Nathan. It’s true. Humans universally gravitate towards positive, happy people – and we are put off by pessimism… unless that pessimism is delivered in a very dry, witty, dark-humored way, which very few people pull off (my niece being among the few exceptions). But I digress.
If your conversations with your partner rarely put a smile on his/her face, you’re probably pushing the limit of the ideal bitch-to-smile ratio. Yes, I’ve quantified it. Click below to read the bitch-to-smile ratio.Read More
If you want a long-term relationship to last, you have to change the grammatical association
you have with the word Love. I have a very rational explanation for this:
Emotions come and go. They ebb and flow. They aren’t consistent. The reason people fail to create new long-term habits boils down to this: They rely on motivation to propel them to take consistent action.
Click below to read how a small change in the way you view Love can make a big difference.Read More