When you make a commitment to someone, you want it to last. While looking good and providing financial security are key elements to a successful relationship, making memories and sharing are just as important.
No matter what you do in life, no matter what you find yourself excelling at, there will always be a few people around who don’t get it. Maybe they don’t want to. Maybe they are envious. Maybe they are just plain ignorant.
The 4 Toxic Types To Avoid
1.Haters First, you have to recognize them for what they are. Let’s start with the hater. This is a person who provides feedback, but it’s soaked in negativity. He or she is not interested in offering you encouragement or a compliment. That’s the person who wants to hurt you. He or she doesn’t have to have a reason. It’s just the way they are and the best thing to do is block haters from your life. Block their emails, block their friend requests and look at the caller ID on your phone and don’t take their call. Avoid toxic people like drugs and just say “no.”
Is your man sweating after you ask him a question? Maybe it’s because it’s actually hot out or he just finished a strenuous work out. Or maybe it’s because his pants are on fire because he’s a liar!
Communications experts there are telltale signs or certain words that a liar will use that are surefire signs he’s not telling the truth.
When you’re young, you have time to go through some losers and have a few flings. But when those 20s start creeping into 25 and heading toward 30 and you are not attached to someone, it may be time to start looking at your dates and asking, “Is he a keeper?”
As you date someone and move toward a steady relationship, here are seven key things to look for in a keeper.
Reports: Daily Mail
Beyoncé surprised the world when she dropped her entire 14-track self-titled album complete with
17 accompanying video clips on December 13.
And now Prince has upped the ante with the announcement that he will drop not one, but two complete new albums simultaneously on September 30.
Reports: Daily Mail
One couple has come up with a way to fund their dream wedding – by selling corporate sponsorships.
Former Miss Jamaica International, turned entrepreneur Courtney McKenzie, 27, and her fiance Jamil are getting married in Thailand this December, and are hoping to raise roughly $30,000 from various companies in exchange for having their logos sewn onto the bride’s dress and the groom’s tuxedo, and featured on the couple’s various social media platforms.