Closure. The elusive beast that we all need at one point or another. Whether it lasted for 10 years, or 10 weeks, putting a period on the end of a relationship is hard.
We talk about closure so much, it’s become a breakup buzz word. But you don’t have to be pulled back into old patterns to get closure. And you don’t have to use it as an excuse to not move on.
You can embrace your independence and give YOURSELF closure, without the help of your ex. Because sometimes, there’s nothing left to do, but spend some time with me, myself, and I.
So how do you give yourself closure?
Listening. Seems simple, right? Well, if you’ve ever had a single conversation, you know that it’s not that easy. Anyone can stop talking long enough to give someone else the mic, but really listening is a totally different story.
It’s safe to say that most people don’t really know how to effectively listen. It’s more involved than you think! Now that we’re in close quarters with our loved ones, knowing how to lend an ear is more important than ever.
So we at Sex With Emily decided that we’d give you some tips on how to tune in, when tuning out is ever so simple. So, listen up, because it’s time to level up your listening game!
Dating can be a challenge for all personality types: introverts, extroverts, and whatever the hell Taylor Swift is. Just because you’re an introvert doesn’t mean you don’t want lasting love and connection!
You’d just rather do it on your own terms. Which is, most likely, at home in your PJ cuddled up with your cat. So, here’s some tips and tricks for dating people when you’re perfectly content being alone.
Long-term relationships are hard. Through the ups, downs, arguments, and compromises you’ll probably reach a point where you feel disconnected from your partner.
We all want to make love work and prioritize our relationships. But you might need some guidance to help keep things on track.