When it comes to your social life and your most intimate relationships, you have to invest in them to make them work. Traditionally, people view “investments” as something to pour money to. But investing time and effort can be just as valuable – if not more valuable – especially when you’re talking about your relationship.
Picture this…you want to go out for dinner, and you decide to ask your significant other what they are interested in eating. “Anything you want,” they say. “All right,” you venture, “how about Chinese?” “No, I don’t want Chinese. What else?” “Italian?” “Hmm. I’m not really in the mood for Italian.” And the cycle goes on and on… Read More »
Let’s be honest – some of us like to talk. We open our mouths with less thought about what is going to come out than others, and we enjoy other peoples’ company because the presence of others can be therapeutic. While this can lead to a vibrant and healthy social life, it can also mean you occasionally put… Read More »
It might seem counter-intuitive, but in this article we are going to take an interesting stance and recommend against having a “no flirting” rule in your relationship. Naturally, at Kupple.com, we’re a little more focused on building good relationships so that couples can get out, meet each other, and grow together. But you’d be surprised at how a… Read More »
You have heard it before – When one of your good friends gets in a relationship, he becomes “less fun,” according to some of your mutual friends. Because he or she is dedicated their time to their significant other, they simply have less time to focus on hanging out with the friends they had before they entered the… Read More »