Saturday Column: Toxic Games Lovers Play

7th December 2019

We met with my friend Tuesday evening to catch up after a long absence of meetings. It turned out that his last romance had already ended, which was pretty swift. "You know, I somehow quickly felt that it would be a disaster. One of these toxic stories that I used to dive with so much […]

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Saturday column: By what principle do we choose our lovers

9th November 2019

Sometimes you suddenly find yourself in a quiet and calm harmony of what is happening: your life and your order of things, for once, do not just suit you, you feel good from them. It’s good to wake up, it’s good to fall asleep, everything is all right at work, you are high to be […]

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Saturday column: How to get rid of unnecessary habits and change your life

26th October 2019

Marie Kondo says that in order to free your house from trash, you need to take every thing in it, hold it to yourself and feel whether it is yours or not. If a thing does not cause a spark of joy in you, says Marie, then you need to get rid of it. Condo […]

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Saturday Column: Female Friendship – Myth or Reality?

12th October 2019

I want to devote this column to female friendship. Women and their abilities to be friends, inspire and support. When I was a kid, my friends were mostly guys. And when a teenager – too, and in 20+ years. In general, for a long time it was like that. I was partly disrespectful to women, […]

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Saturday Column: Pledge of Good Relationships – Matching Values

28th September 2019

So, last time in the Saturday column we touched on the topic of values, but, as my editor says, you can write about this all your life and still not tell the main thing. As long as our values ​​are outside of ourselves, we have nothing to rely on in a situation of choice. And […]

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Saturday column: The value of loneliness or how important it is to learn to love yourself

21st September 2019

For the first time in 11 years, I'm alone. Not in a relationship. All this past time, history went in a circle. Some of my relationships ended, albeit always on my initiative or mutual desire, but still, for a short time I was sad, and then someone else immediately appeared. Sometimes this period of time […]

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Saturday column: Why do we choose freedom instead of a loved one nearby

14th September 2019

My girlfriend's uncle was deeply unhappy. His life did not work out very well, he did not take place professionally, did not reveal himself, was not happy in the relationship. He felt lonely, annoyed, and in this solitude realized that the greatest suffering was brought to him by the fact that he had chosen the […]

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Saturday column: How to start a new life after a hard breakup

7th September 2019

We had known each other for a very long time, but we never communicated closely. He was always a star – that’s all I knew about him, and wasn’t trying to find out more. Until he recently called me to a meeting. To my taste, sapiosexual is impeccable. Intellectual and insanely talented, and his talents […]

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Saturday column: Hope dies last or why do we always return to the former

24th August 2019

The author of the column, our new editor, is a girl who was never able to choose a pseudonym and chose to remain incognito. Column on relationships, love, psychology, men, personal experiences and the inner world of a girl (over 30). We return to relationships where we are unhappy, where they can even offend us, […]

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Saturday column: About love and boundaries in relationships

17th August 2019

The author of the section, our new editor, is a girl who was never able to choose a pseudonym and chose to remain incognito. Column about relationships, love, psychology, men, personal experiences and the girl’s inner world (for 30). I just started somehow somehow to cope in order to determine my own boundaries and not […]

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