Blogshaw uses her site to dish on all the complexities of dating, sex, relationships and understanding each other.
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Her advice is charmingly random but focused and relatable. Her stories may be strange, but she has no regrets while exploring heartache and love.Victoria may have found her happily ever after, and so will you. I’ve used a variety of strategies when it comes to sharing my chronic illnesses, so I feel like I have a good idea of what works and what doesn’t.Also – there’s an accompanying You Tube video to go along with this post, but that will be out later this week. This really depends on your condition, how it affects your life, and how serious a relationship you want this to be.But I’m getting out of my comfort zone today and I’m talking about dating with chronic conditions.
While I haven’t been in a relationship in a while, I have been in them while dealing with my health issues, and I’ve gone on plenty of dates in the past couple of years. Instead, Moxie wants to challenge you to get out of your own way and find the relationship you deserve. Moxie at “And That’s Why You’re Single” encourages daters to use common sense and critical thinking in their dating lives, and she isn’t here to sugar coat the issues.I’ve been toying with this post for years now, but I didn’t seriously start thinking about this until a few months ago.I generally don’t talk about this aspect of my personal life online – my last relationship wasn’t mentioned on any social media at all – but I do date.Melissa has been featured in media outlets like The Wall Street Journal, and the Dr. Social Clout: 5,246 followers, 221 likes URL: Bragging Rights: Reality is more interesting than fiction Boston and the Single Girl is a blog that tells the true stories of the good, the bad and the ugly that’s comes with leading a single life in one of the largest cities in the country.