Category: F-ING & FEELINGS

6 Signs that your relationship is (possibly, probably) DOOMED


Maybe doomed is a little…dramatic, but hey it got your attention.  So by now I (and the whole world) know that no relationship is a walk in the park 24/7, but it also shouldn’t feel like a constant uphill climb either.


In the beginning of a relationship everything is new & exciting. I mean, that is if you’ve actually made it to the relationship part and they didn’t turn out to be one of those people you went on 3 painful dates with and were forever repulsed by afterward. You’ve made it to the first month or two, the makeout sessions are in full force, their A game is on and the sex is POPPIN! Awesome, congratulations, glad you’re getting laid while I’m, well…not (but that’s a different story). Some of what I just said might not apply to your relationship though, you may find that your relationship seems like a lot of work, from the very beginning. GET OUT…sorry was that too dramatic, okay let’s try it again…GET THE FUCK OUT!!!! Unless your relationship is difficult because of outside circumstances like distance, there really should be no excuse for it in the beginning.


I’ve done enough talking, so here are some signs that your relationship is headed for the hills, doomed, R-I-P, not right, it’s not meant to be…and whatever else you wanna call it.



Fighting is normal and can definitely be healthy. It helps you understand you and your partner’s boundaries and desires as well as how to communicate and work through problems. BUT if you find yourself arguing about every little thing from early on, you’ve got bigger problems. It will not get better over time, the only thing that will happen over time is wrinkles all over your damn face from all the fighting facial expressions. It’s better to be single than old AND single. Believe!




SPICE UP your relationship

Relationships are great, then they’re not and then again they are. The only thing I am certain about, is that all relationships can be hard at some point and that is perfectly normal. We love, we fight, we make up and in between all that it can be pretty difficult to see the romance sometimes.




Studies have shown that even if you’re not in the mood you should do it anyway. By studies I mean that’s what I heard from Patti Stanger, and she’s basically a scientist. It’s so easy to to fall into a sexless rut when you’re in a longer term relationship, the same face day in and day out can start messing with that excitement a little bit. So even if you’re feeling like the desert & he’s limper than a dead tulip just give it a go. At some point within the session you will start to enjoy it and soon enough the drouth will pass.