How to Ask Her to Be Your Girlfriend (Without Scaring Her Or Risking Embarrassment)

Bottling up your feelings because you're shy, nervous or afraid can actually intensify the feelings. How to Ask Her to Be Your Girlfriend Without Scaring Her Or Risking Embarrassment

If you don’t ask her, how would you know?

Asking brings clarity. Yet it doesn’t guarantee certainty.

And most times the uncertainty is the scariest part. I mean the anxiety of not knowing what she would say or do. What if she says yes? What if her friends discourage her?  What if things get awkward? 

How To Know If You Are Ready For A Relationship

It was almost midnight as I scrolled through Facebook. I stumbled upon her profile: she looked intelligent, driven, and possessed a calming aura. I sent a friend request, and we connected.  Time went by, we got to know more about ourselves, and our friendship bloomed. Soon, it morphed into love. We shared struggles, secrets, fears, … Read more

3 Tips To Make Valentine’s Special For Him

Valentine’s Day, often painted with shades of red and roses, can seem like a one-size-fits-all affair. But, a truly special day goes beyond heart-shaped chocolates, drinks and pairs of underwear. Making Valentine’s special for him is about understanding him deeply and crafting an experience that resonates with his unique personality, interests, and desires.

5 Reasons Why You Do The Things You Swore Not To Do  

Romans 7:15 is a verse from the Bible. It says, “I do not understand what I do. For what I want to do, I do not do. But what I hate, I do.”  The verse is part of a passage where the Apostle Paul, a man considered an upright and unshakable believer of the Christian … Read more

3 Strategies For Making Decisions When You Don’t Have All The Information 

Decision-making is inescapable. It’s like encountering crossroads – you must choose a path to follow; you must make a decision, or nothing progresses, and, at worst, you might be left behind by those who make decisions. Whether it’s about your career, relationships, or even meals, decisions are an integral part of moving forward in life. … Read more

Meditating With Music: How I Find The Inner Strength To Keep Going

Look around and you will find reasons to throw in the towel. From your neighbourhood to your schoolyard, to your social media feed, there is a constant source of self-loathing and self-doubt.  Friends’ galleries of accomplishments may remind you of how far you are from the finish line. Celebrities’ songs may make you feel socially … Read more

Self-Forgiveness: How to Heal and Move On From Your Mistakes

As a new chess player, I made many mistakes. This was frustrating, and I would get discouraged whenever I lost to a more experienced player. However, looking back, I realize that my mistakes helped me improve my game. I learned to think more carefully about my moves and to consider more possibilities. Much like my … Read more

How To Apologize to a Friend (And Get Them To Forgive You)

An apology is not just about the words; it’s about understanding what you did wrong and making an effort to make things better in your friendship or any form of association, most politely and reasonably. 

An apology is like an invisible glue that keeps our human or social connections intact when mistakes and offences arise.

But, making an honest and acceptable apology can be tough for many people.