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  1. May 6, 2016

    I received a notification saying that you used an image that was featured on my blog. The (super talented) photographer is called Jean-Laurent Gaudy and I think you should include credits, not just a mention saying “feature image via”.
    Sarah (Les Jolis Mondes)

  2. May 6, 2016
    Kristen says

    From a girl who went through this as well (late in my 20s) I look back and think wow I really wasnt even in a relationship when I was worrying so much about “did he really like me”. Get out of it, be with someone who makes you happy and doesn’t make you wonder why he’s not doing the things you want him to do. If he was 100% “in this” he wouldnt be acting like that. It took me too long to realize that and I feel your pain. I stayed for 3 1/2 years (waaaay too long) feeling the same way you did. It finally took me pulling the plug to make me happy. Once I did it was a relief!
    He’s not worth it….punt!

    1. May 6, 2016

      I agree with Kristen. Read the book, He’s Just Not That Into You. Great read that helped me get out of a relationship that wasn’t really. Eventually he came around to finally telling me he loved me. Unfortunately for him, it was one month before my wedding. Happy to announce, this year will be 10 happy years…with the one who was into me.

      1. May 10, 2016

        ^ Aww, so cute! Yes, I definitely agree with you all. You deserve someone who meets your standards and who makes you feel beautiful and happy. I just broke up with my partner last week for not celebrating me as a person (as we all deserve from our partners) and he would always claim I was insecure and overly sensitive. No. I just know what I want, and it sounds like you do too! Good luck. :) You’ve got a whole team of us on your side!

  3. June 5, 2017

    This is really great advice. Sometimes we can get caught up in trying to read the minds, especially based on a few actions, of our significant other. I recently experienced something like this with my bf and thought things were going to be a result of something that I did wrong, but because I spoke up and wanted to see what was going on with him inside, I was able to learn what was really bothering him.

    Saphia Louise | Lifestyle & Faith


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