We know what you’re thinking: how can there possibly be five phrases so powerful that they can actually destroy a relationship? There’s no way that five of these exist, and if they did, then no one would have to worry about breaking up because they could kill a relationship any time they wanted to simply by railing off… Read More »
When you find that you don’t talk to your significant other nearly as much as you used to, it can mean a thousand things. Maybe it’s a good thing, an indication that the two of you share a deep connection in which little needs to be said. On the other hand, maybe it’s a bad thing.
“Sure, moving to a new city is a big commitment,” you tell your significant other, “but we’ll adjust.” Will you? You certainly can, but that’s no guarantee that the adjustment will be as small as you’d hope. In fact, moving to a new city is such a big commitment that you’ll want to be aware of all the… Read More »
For some people, romance comes effortlessly. They can shift from our normal lives to sweeping our significant others off their feet without feeling the slightest bit incongruous or – the worst fear of the non-romantic – cheesy.
Sleep, work, television, weekend. Far too often that’s the chosen routine of the couple that has already settled into each other. While it’s great when couples are comfortable enough with each other that they’ve passed the initial “honeymoon” stage well, the entire situation can lead to monotony. That’s not how it’s supposed to be as a couple –… Read More »
Having a profile here at Kupple.com can be a great advertisement to your willingness to improve your relationship and truly explore what it means to be a couple. But like anything else, there’s always a way to improve on what you’ve already established. And if your Kupple profile needs tweaking, well, there’s no reason that you shouldn’t tweak… Read More »
We live in a digital world now; ignoring that fact won’t change it. And that’s why it’s important for the couples of Kupple.com – and indeed couples everywhere – to understand the new wrinkles that social media introduces into our relationships. We can’t afford to be cavalier about the way we use Facebook; if we are, then those… Read More »
To busybodies, the idea of having “fun at home” probably sounds like an oxymoron. After all, home is for rest, relaxation, and decompressing after work! Why should you have fun at home when you can go out and experience the world?
The good news about the modern conveniences of travel and communication is that they have shrunk our world, making a long-distance relationship possible for anyone. The bad news? They’ve made a long-distance relationship possible for anyone.
Having a clear-set path for your career is a great thing. Ambition, similarly, can ultimately mean achieving your dreams. But when the balance of your life gets out of whack, focusing too much time on your career can ultimately weigh down your relationship and potentially lead to a break-up.