Mature Dating and Benefits of Having an Affair with an Older Woman

Do you remember when you were younger, and your parents insisted that you had to wait until you were old enough to start dating? At the time, there was nothing more annoying than this!

Now that you’re older, you probably understand how love and romance become more powerful and how the desire to meet a partner with a similar mindset grows the more you age. That is one of the reasons you should consider dating older women!

In this article, we will discuss why having an affair with mature women is so fulfilling.

Benefits of dating an older woman

No mind games

Younger men dating older women do not have to worry about being the victims of mind games. You do not have to bend over backwards, trying to figure out what she wants or means. You do not have to tiptoe around her in the fear that you may fall into one of her many emotional traps. In these relationships, things are said as they are and dealt with openly.

Extreme confidence and high self-esteem

Mature women are very confident, sure of themselves, and comfortable in their skin. It means that you do not have to try and boost her self-esteem by continually complimenting her.

Her confidence will manifest itself in several ways, including:

• The way she dresses.
• She will speak of herself in a positive light.
• She knows how to take a compliment.
• She will be willing to do some pretty exciting things in the bedroom.

They are experienced in every way possible

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Older women have seen it all. They have experienced real love and heartbreak. They have seen success and failure. These experiences will come in handy when it comes to building something substantial as a couple.

She will teach you to have to love and fight fair. She will show you how to invest and start successful ventures. In a nutshell, you will have a deep well of wisdom at your disposal.

No outsider interference in your relationship

Older women understand the importance of making relationship decisions without third-party intervention. So you do not have to worry about impressing not only her but also her pose of gal pals. They may be important to her, but she has enough confidence in her decisions not to be swayed by their opinions.

All-rounded independence

Another benefit of having an affair with an older woman is the fact that they are independent. First, they are most likely financially independent, as they will have established a career to support themselves.

Secondly, mature women are usually emotionally independent, as well. She will want you, but she won’t need you – no need to play the role of her emotional hero.

They are open to learning and trying new things

These women are not know-it-alls. Despite their wealth of wisdom and experience, they are always willing to learn something new.

It means you will have a chance to contribute to the relationship by teaching her how the game of love and romance have changed since she last played.

Here’s what can you teach her:

• Modern unspoken rules of dating
• New relationship lingo
• Sexual trends (having sex with older women can be really fun!)

More realistic relationship expectations

The fact that they have been in several relationships before means that older women know precisely how they work. They do not expect life through rose-colored eyes or a perfect happily ever after.

They will be ready for everything, including:

• Inevitable fights and disagreements.
• Love without a price tag.
• Disappointments because you are both human after all.
• Naysayers from their group of trusted friends and family.
• External trials that shake the relationship, whether it is unemployment or losing the property.

They are very sensual and sexually liberated

Finally, you have an amazing and profound intimate life to look forward to should you decide to date an older woman. Figuring out how to have sex with older women is pretty simple.

Just follow the three cardinal rules:

• Follow her lead.
• Do not shy away from her requests.
• Be ready to take notes from the sexual maestro that is your girlfriend.

Bottom line

Older gals have a lot to offer, especially if you are tired of the drama of young girls. If you need a break and want to experience real and mature love, you should consider dating an older woman. Try out No Strings Attached, it’s the best sites for discret sex with mature women.

Whether she is a few years older or old enough to be your mother, do not shy away. Give her a chance, and you will be pleasantly surprised.

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8 Signs That She Doesn’t Like You Anymore

signs she doesnt want to be with you anymore

Everyone wants to have a happily ever after. Once you found the girl of your dreams you probably didn’t imagine it would go any other way other than the “growing old together” way.

However, it is an unfortunate fact of love and life that not all relationships make it to this promised land. Whether it is a major scandal like infidelity or something as simple yet devastating as one of you falling out of love, it is always nice to have a heads up.

With the falling out of love part, there are actually a lot of warning signs along the way. Here are some signs she doesn’t like you anymore that might come in handy as you run a diagnostic check to see whether or not your relationship will last.

8 signs your girlfriend doesn’t love you anymore

Sorry honey, I’m busy that day…

This is one of the earliest signs she doesn’t care about you as much as she used to. A key pillar of a successful relationship is spending quality time together. If this doesn’t seem to be a priority for her anymore then there is a good chance that she is no longer as invested in you as she used to be.

That said, be sure to take into consideration factors like schedule changes and increased responsibilities in her life. Sometimes she really can’t make it because of a work thing.

She’s doesn’t get mad anymore

my girlfriend doesnt get mad at me anymore

When she doesn’t seem to get mad or visibly disappointed in your transgressions anymore then you, my friend, are in trouble. It might seem like a crazy idea but a woman who cares gets mad. This is because they have expectations and they are truly bothered if you do not live up to them.

On the other hand, if you have been hearing a lot of “it’s ok” or “no worries” when you mess up then your relationship is in the ICU.

But when you fight, she gets down and dirty

Another important sign a girl doesn’t like you is when she unapologetically attacks your weaknesses, especially during a fight. Disagreements in a relationship are a necessary component as long as both of you fight fair. However, when she starts to hit below the belt then she probably has lost all care and love that she had for you.

She keeps you a secret

my girlfriend keeps secrets from me

All of a sudden, you stop getting invited to family barbeques and cocktails with her friends. She seems hesitant when it comes to letting you spend any time with people she considers close. This insistence in keeping you a secret might be a key pointer to her lack of interest in you or having a long term relationship.

The texts and calls don’t flow as abundantly anymore

Remember when you guys first started out and blew each other’s phones up with constant texts and phone calls? Those were the good times, huh?

As the relationship progresses, the frequency of these chats reduces gradually. But there should always enthusiasm on both sides.

If a girl does not like you, she will most likely leave your messages unanswered and calls unreturned. Unless she has a really good reason for the radio silence, expect the worst.

Your physical intimacy takes a blow

Another of the major signs she’s not into you anymore is when she starts to reject your physical advances. It could be that she doesn’t let you hold her hand anymore when you are walking out in public. Or maybe she doesn’t want to get sexually intimate with you all of a sudden despite showing interest initially. Either way, if the physical intimacy is suddenly withdrawn without explanation then things aren’t looking good for you.

There isn’t much enthusiasm about future plans together

A woman who truly loves you welcomes the idea of a future together. She contributes enthusiastically to conversations on you two settling down. She seems excited at the idea of starting a family together. If this is not the case then there is a good chance that she is not interested in that with you.

Despite this being true for most, there are some women who just do not have marriage and kids as immediate priorities. So get to hear her side of the story on this one before you decide she doesn’t love you and you should leave.

She actually tells you

The clearest of all signs she’s not interested anymore is the verbal affirmation of the same. Some women will save you the sleuthing and Sherlock Holmes-ing and just tell you that they do not like you anymore.

When she does, please do not fight it. For most people, breaking such news means thinking long and hard about all the factors. If she comes out and says it to your face, it means that she is at a point where she believes that the relationship is going nowhere. So cut your losses and move on. You will find someone else, and that is a promise.

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10 Signs That Show That He Wants to Be More Than a Friend

From friends to lovers

There is probably nothing as frustrating as trying to figure out whether or not a guy likes you. A lot of them aren’t really good at expressing themselves which forces you to play Sherlock Holmes trying to find clues that could give you an idea.

What did he mean with that emoji he sent? Was he staring at me or was he just lost in his thoughts with his eyes fixed in my general direction?

If you are in such a situation then don’t fret. We have your back.

Below are 10 signs he likes you more than a friend.

Of course it is not an entirely foolproof list and context always plays a huge role in determining just how accurate these signs are.

However, for the most part if a guy does any of them they probably are interested in more than being another buddy on the contact list.

10 signs he really is that into you

He makes an effort to spend quality time with you

It is not likely for a guy to go out of his way to spend time with someone that they do not like. He might ask you out on a date. If he is shy he will insist on calling it a casual hangout. However, if there seems to be a ton of these “casual hangs” then you might have a love-struck bug in your hands.

You May Want to Read: 7 Questions To Ask On Your First Date

He is constantly checking up on you

When a guy likes you, he will blow up your phone all day every day. He wants to know how your day was. He wants to know what you are having for lunch. He wants your opinion on something he bought. This constant communication is his way of trying to maintain a connection with you.

He is asking all the right questions

When guys are considering making the move from the friend zone to something more, they usually do their research. He will ask you questions about your values, goals, and basically anything he needs to figure out whether you are the right match. So when the conversation shifts from cartoons and popcorn to dreams and deep feelings then he probably really likes you.

Subtle physical displays of affection

signs of affection

One of the most obvious and accurate ‘are we more than friends signs’ is constant physical displays of affection.

Maybe he is always touching your hair. Or he could place his arm on your shoulder as he is guiding you through a door. Or maybe he lingers a little when he hugs you. More often than not, these are subconscious acts but usually show that a guy is really into you.

He gets uncomfortable when you talk about other guys

Jealousy is another very huge sign that a guy is into you as more than a friend. If every time you talk about a crush or even another guy friend he gets awkward or straight up shuts down then he probably has a crush on you. So maybe don’t bring up how Jack from work bought you flowers for your birthday or many other things that could make him jealous.

He’s making jokes about you two being together

Signs you’re more than friends are sometimes hidden in plain sight. He could be one of those guys whose way of telling you he likes you is through jokes. So if you have heard statements like “if we were together…” or “if you were my girlfriend…” then have your love antennae up. Someone is head over heels.

He treats you like a princess

He will buy you gifts, take you to his favorite spots and straight up spoil you. This is how guys appeal to women’s innate desire to be taken care of and treated like royalty. It doesn’t matter how strong and independent you are these gestures always melt your heart.

He remembers everything you mention

When a guy is genuinely interested, then everything you say is exciting. It could be anything from the story of how you ripped off a fingernail in third grade to what you ate last week for lunch. They also probably also keep bringing the information up during subsequent conversations to show you that they remember.

He is protective of you

If a guy likes you a lot, he will want to protect you. You will see it in subtle gestures like how he always insists on walking on the side of the road where there is traffic. Or how he will always wait for your food to arrive before he starts eating. However, this is a tricky one because some guys do this just out of kindness and because they were raised to be gentlemen.

He straight up says it

And sometimes, if you are lucky, you won’t even need clues. He will come right out and let you know what he feels.

Isn’t that the dream?

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Crush vs. Love: What Is The Difference?

Got a case of the warm fuzzies?

There is truly nothing that can compare to the warm fuzzies you get when you have feelings for someone. It could be a crush on a random stranger that smiled at you in the coffee shop and then asked for your number. Or it could be your wife of 10 years who annoys you all the time, but you still love with all your being.

But exactly what’s the difference between love and a crush?

What is love?

Honestly, there is really no way to summarize love into one definition. But we will give it a try.

To put it simply, love is a deep positive feeling you have towards someone. It makes you drawn to them. It makes you want to spend more time with them. It makes you want the very best for them.

Technically, love comes in many different types depending on the subject. It could be family love towards your brother or a long-time friend. Maybe it is the love you have for your furry little buddy and all his puppy goodness. However, in this case, we will be focusing on what is typically referred to as romantic love.

What is a crush?

While love is typically a deep emotional connection, a crush is often a shallow and temporary infatuation with a person. It is usually based off very surface level information like what they look like, how you both order the same coffee every morning or the fact that she plays the guitar.

Crush vs. love; what are the practical differences

Now that we have the specific definitions out of the way, it is time to look at the actual differences. How can you actually tell whether what you are feeling for that person right now is love or just a crush? Well, here are 6 tell-tale differences.

How it hits you

Love is a slow and precise process. It comes slowly at first then hits you all at onc, and you are a goner. This is because to love someone truly you actually have to get to know them. I know you’re probably wondering to yourself right now, “But what about love at first sight?”

Well, I’m glad you asked. That right there is what you call a crush. It doesn’t matter how strong the feelings are or the power of your conviction that he/she is the one. Crushes hit you fast and hard so if you feel something that fast do not call it love.

How long it lasts

Remember the definition of the word crush? One of the key terms there was ‘temporary.’ That is a major difference here. This is not to say that love always lasts forever. Jeez, this is not a fairytale; it is life!

However, true love does tend to last a whole lot longer than simple crushes. This is because there is a lot of time, emotion and intent invested in making it work.

The driving force

Love is driven by a desire to be together through everything whether good or bad. At the very heart of it, all should be a strong friendship foundation which makes this perpetuating force work.

With crushes, on the other hand, there really isn’t a distinct driving force. You like the person for no good reason and will continue to do so until some random and almost always irrelevant thing stops you. Maybe it is how he ties his shoelaces. Or how she always sniffs her food before she takes it. Crushes are fickle like that.

What do you want from them?

With love, you want your partner to care for you just as much as you care for them. You want to spend as much time with this person as you can spare. You want them to be honest about who they are and open about what they want from you.

With crushes, on the other hand, you probably just want one thing; for the other person to notice you and probably like you back.

What do you want for them?

Love means wanting the best for the other person. Even when that means that you have to lose them, it means being ready to sacrifice your comfort and needs to help them achieve whatever they want. It could be moving with them to a new country as they pursue their career dreams. Maybe you might have to give up meat as she tries this new vegan diet she heard about.

With crushes, it is unlikely that you ever think of the other person’s needs. Don’t worry; this doesn’t mean that you are a monster. It’s just how crushes work. If you do wish them well, it is likely because of your general human nature.

Your perception of the object of affection

When it comes to true love, you do not see your partner through perfection filters. You see them just as they are; flaws and all. And despite all that you still want to be with them and show them as much affection as you can.

With crushes, there is a tendency to see this person as a saint. They can do no wrong. Sandals with socks? He makes it work. Chewing with her mouth open? Aaw, how adorable.

Bottom line

To summarize the difference between crush and love in one sentence: the former is a feeling, and the latter is a verb.

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Reviews of Best Relationship Advice Books

Read your way to happily ever after

The best way to learn about relationships is of course by experience. However, there is a lot you can gain from the input of other people. All relationships are different, but some of the experiences and challenges couples face are pretty similar.

One way to get this input is through books. I’m not talking about those lovey-dovey novels with cowboys, ranches and single damsels in distress. I mean a good relationship advice book. These are usually by relationship experts but can also be by people who simply want to share what they went through. Whatever the case, they are great tools for building successful relationships.

Here are the nine best relationship advice books:

Attached; The New Science of Adult Attachment and How it can Help You Find and Keep Love

Author – Amir Levine and Rachel Heller

Niche – Singles looking to understand love.

This book is one of the best relationship books for guys as it takes a bold and forward approach to understand how attraction and attachment work. The writers may have taken more facts than experience-based approach, but it is still very interesting to read. It is particularly useful not just for men but for any single person looking for some help in understanding this whole love thing.

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You are a Badass; How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life

Author – Jane Sincero

Niche – the art of self-love

For any relationship to work there needs to be a healthy dose of self-esteem in both parties involved. This book is a great way to get yourself here. Sincero takes a very lighthearted and engaging approach to deliver the gospel of self-love. She will have you crowning yourself queen of the world by the time you are done.

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Dumped; A Guide to Getting Over a Breakup and Your Ex in Record Time!

Author – MaryJane Fahey

Niche – getting through a breakup

Breakups are not fun for anyone whether you left or got dumped. However, I think we can all agree that the feeling of rejection associated with being the latter makes the pill a little harder to swallow. That is where Fahey comes in with her girl’s guide to getting over being dumped. It is witty and engaging while also emotional and encouraging; generally a great book.

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Whole Again: Healing Your Heart and Rediscovering Your True Self After Toxic Relationships and Emotional abuse

Author – Jackson Mackenzie

Niche – Letting go of emotional baggage

Breakups are not the only things that hurt in a relationship. You could be in a toxic relationship, an emotionally abusive one or maybe you have emotional scars from some other event. Whatever the case, these all result in baggage that will weigh your relationship down. Whole again was one of the best relationship books in 2018 and will take you through how to get over this pain for a healthier relationship.

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When Sorry Isn’t Enough

Author – Gary Chapman and Jennifer Thomas

Niche – fixing relationship mistakes

We all make mistakes in relationships. Maybe you forgot about her birthday. Or you lost that sentimental gift he got you. However, there are some mistakes where simply apologizing isn’t enough. If you made one of this and would still like to salvage your relationship, then this is one book that will help.

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The Wisdom of Sundays

Author – Oprah Winfrey

Niche – peace of mind before and during the relationship

The Wisdom of Sundays is one of the best relationship books for singles who want to be the best versions of themselves before entering relationships. It is about so much more than having healthy self-esteem. The book contains a collection of experiences in romantic and non-romantic relationships that will give you an amazing perspective on life.

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Love, Sex and Staying Warm; Keeping the Flame Alive

Author – Neil Rosenthal

Niche – strengthening a long term relationship

This one is the best relationship books for couples who’s honeymoon years are seemingly long gone. This runt is inevitable and if not addressed will leave your relationship dreadfully boring. The book gives couples tips on how to reignite the spark and keep it burning.

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The 5 Love Languages

Author – Gary Chapman

Niche – figuring out your relationship wants and needs

This one has been one of the best-selling relationship advice books of all time, and with the author’s revolutionary principles it is not so hard to see why. It is a must read whether you are single or in a relationship. It allows you to understand how you and your partner individually accept and give love. That way you will be able to accommodate their needs.

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From Stranger to Lover: 16 Strategies for Building a Strong Long Distance Relationship

Author – Lisa McKay

Niche – LDRs and international dating

For people in long distance relationships, the relationship challenges are pretty unique. This book addresses them in a great way ensuring that you get the advice you need to make it work across borders. The list arrangement also makes it easier to understand and implement all that you will learn.

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Final verdict

Each one of these books has a lot to offer you whatever your current relationship status or dynamics may be. You need to have an open mind about receiving input from strangers.

With the nine books briefly reviewed above, you can rest assured that there is real value. There is a lot of wisdom packed into every single page without compromising on entertainment value to keep things interesting. So pick one up depending on your current state and make life a little easier for yourself.

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9 Most Common Relationship Advice Questions & Answers

Learning from other relationships

Whether you are starting something new or you have been committed for years, the value of other people’s relationship advice questions and their answers is always helpful. Remember that despite the differences in participants, all relationships are more or less similar. Some other couple has faced the challenges you now face. Your relationship highs have been another pair’s good times too. That means that there is a lot to learn.

With this in mind, here are 9 of the most common relationship advice questions and answers.

Question #1: When is the right time to introduce your partner to your friends and family?

Meeting friends and family is a pretty huge milestone in any relationship. It shows that you trust your partner and the stability of your relationship to let other people in. One of the best ways to know you are ready is when you can see a future with your partner. The last thing you want is to waste your beau’s time or to get your friends and family emotionally invested in something you’re not confident in.

Question #2: What is a strong and healthy relationship in the first place?

You probably see a healthy relationship as one where you are totally in synch, never fight and generally have everything going well. That is more like a fictional Hollywood-created relationship than a real-life one.

In reality, a healthy relationship is one where despite all your differences you are willing to work as a team. There is great communication, personal growth and most importantly, healthy fights.

Question #3: Is there a place for gender-based roles in today’s relationships?

Here, it depends on your relationship dynamics. If you are a couple that believes in traditional roles then, by all means, divvy them up that way. If you have a more modern outlook, then you can split roles based on ability and availability. The important thing is to ensure that you are both on board and not feeling in any way oppressed.

Question #4: Is it ok for your partner to have besties from the opposite gender?

Having a partner with close friends of the opposite gender is always a point of contention in relationships. It stems mainly from insecurities and the fear that your partner might be tempted to cheat. It doesn’t matter whether it is physical or emotional.

The answer to this question is multi-part. First of all, it is ok only if your partner is doing a good job of reassuring you. There also needs to be boundaries set between these friends. It is also a good idea to get to know your partner’s friends as a way to get some peace of mind.

Question #5: How do you know when you and your partner are ready for that next step in the relationship?

It could be moving in together, getting engaged, buying property together or even having children. All these major milestones above all else require that you are both on the same page and ready. If there is even a sliver of doubt in you or your partner, then do not force it. You are not ready. It is also important that you both trust each other and have proven to be able to handle responsibilities that come with these relationship upgrades.

Question #6: How do you tell when a relationship is toxic?

The best way to tell is through your gut instinct. Plain and simple. If you do not trust it, then you could always listen to input from friends and family who have observed the relationship dynamic. Finally, red flags including cheating, any form of abuse and poor communication are pretty much neon signs pointing to Toxicity City. Pun very much intended.

Question #7: How much time is too much time together?

Being in a healthy relationship does not mean spending every waking moment of every single day together. If your time with your partner is hindering you from other responsibilities like school or work, then it is too much. If it is stopping you from pursuing hobbies and other interests, then it is too much. And if it is keeping you from family and loved ones, then you need to dial it down.

Question #8: How often do couples with healthy sex lives get intimate?

When it comes to sex, it is more about the quality than the quantity. That means that your bond matters more than how much time you do it. The goal is to make it as intimate as possible and not like a routine chore you need to check off your weekly to-do list. Yep, that was another intentional pun.

Question #9: How soon after starting a relationship is it ok to get intimate?

Now that we are talking about sex let’s tackle another very common related question. How soon is soon enough? The truth here is there is no solid timeline of the ideal time to get intimate after starting a relationship. For some people, it is as soon as they meet while others would prefer to wait until they are married.

What matters most is that you at least get to know and trust the person you are with. That way it is not just a physical experience but also emotional.

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How To Overcome Relationship Anxiety

A bad case of the love jitters

When it comes to relationship problems, anxiety ranks very high on the list. For the most part, it is pretty harmless and will pass on its own. However, it sometimes becomes such a serious issue; it stops healthy progress for your relationship.

In this article, we will take you through all you need to know about relationship anxiety and how to deal with it. That includes its common causes and how to figure out whether or not you are a victim of the love jitters. That way if it is what has been cramping your relationship style you will know exactly how to deal with it.

What causes relationship anxiety?


It could be all in your head or founded on hurtful history. Whatever it is, thinking that your partner could repeat the mistake is enough to get anyone freaked out of their mind.

Abuse of any kind

Anxiety is also related to a history of physical and/or emotional abuse. In these cases, the fear is nowhere near being irrational as there is proof that things could go wrong.

Fear of losing the person

If you tend to get attached to people, then there is a risk of you suffering from relationship anxiety. More often than not, you end up panicking even when your partner gives you enough reason not to.

Personal insecurities

It could be that you have low self-esteem and you are constantly worried that your partner will leave you for it. Or maybe you feel inadequate and undeserving of your significant other’s love. Whatever it is, insecurity is a major culprit in this form of anxiety.


Anxiety and fear in a relationship are focused predominantly on the unknown. Inexperience plays a major role here. If you haven’t been in a serious relationship, you might not exactly know how to deal with the issues that trigger this response. You are also more likely to end up sweating the small stuff that other people might see as trivial.

Do you have this problem?

From the detailed list above, one thing is clear: relationship anxiety can happen to anyone. If you thought you are immune, run this short diagnostic test on yourself to be sure. If you have one or even more of these signs then you, my friend, are a victim of relationship anxiety.

  • You find yourself obsessing over their every move.
  • You keep picking fights for no reason out of frustration.
  • You compromise a little too much because you’re scared of losing the person.
  • You are an expert in overthinking and jumping into conclusions.
  • You sabotage the relationship either consciously or subconsciously.
  • You have irrational fears about your relationship.

How to deal with it

If from our little self-test you think you are facing this anxiety, then here are eight steps that should come in handy:

Talk about it with your partner

That allows them to play their role of reassuring you so that you do not have to be stuck in your head overanalyzing alone.

Get a new hobby, job or distraction

An idle mind is anxiety’s playground. Keeping yourself preoccupied means that you do not have time to focus all your mental energy chasing theories that may have no merit.

Address your insecurities

Insecurities are a part of everyday life. They are what make us human. However, when it gets to a point where they lead to unhealthy relationship habits and attitudes you need to deal with them. You can point them out to your partner, a friend or even a professional mental healthcare worker.

Get a second opinion

Sometimes, your anxiety is founded on rational fears. In this case, one of the best ways to confirm that you have a right to freak out is by seeking a second opinion. Share your worries with a close friend or relative and get their perspective. That way you can tell whether you are overthinking or right on the mark.

Turn your Nancy Drew on

A little tasteful sleuthing will also help you clear any doubts or insecurities you may have. No one is suggesting you get a creepy trench coat and follow your partner around everywhere. However, a little shallow digging into their social media profiles will give you a better idea of whether or not you need to be worried.

Don’t ignore the few things you like about them

Remember that it is not all negative. To deal with relationship anxiety requires you to learn how to focus on what you love about the person and relationship. It will go a long way to calm you down.

Learn how to trust

Sometimes all you can do is choose to give your partner the benefit of the doubt. Trust that he means it when he says you are beautiful. Trust that she is honest about her faithfulness to you. It is up to you to decide whether or not you are ready for that.

If you can’t get over it, then move on

You cannot have relationship anxiety if you are not in a relationship. Simple math. If after evaluating your relationship and all associated factors you do not think it is worth fighting for, then leave. Nothing is worth your happiness and peace of mind.

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