Relationships

Relationships are hard. Dating is confusing. Being a human with another human is scary. Clo Bare documents the trials and tribulations while navigating through the wonderful world of online dating, dating after trauma, and dating with boundaries.

Ignoring Relationship Red Flags: Destructive Patterns to Avoid Series [Part 4]

We’ve made it to part 4 of the “Destructive Relationships Patterns to Avoid” series and the Clo Bare’s History of all relationships extravaganza! If you haven’t read the rest of the series, I encourage you to head back to “Part One: Dating Anxiety” and work you way through the series. So far we’ve covered my …

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Fear of Abandonment: Destructive Relationship Patterns to Avoid Series [Part 5]

We’ve made it to part five in the “Destructive Relationship Patterns to Avoid” series and the Clo Bare’s history of all her relationships extravaganza! In today’s post, we’re discussing fear of abandonment. If you’re just now getting to this series, I recommend heading back to “Destructive Relationship Patterns to Avoid: Part One” where I discuss …

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Dating Anxiety: Destructive Relationship Patterns to Avoid Series [Part 1]

I’ve been dating someone for a little while now, and things are going well. Which is weird. I’m constantly suspicious of his niceness and simple “what-you-see-is-what-you-get” personality. Despite everything going pretty dang great, there’s still a paranoid part of me waiting for the other shoe to drop or the mask to fall, revealing him for …

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Trust Issues and Tinder

Dating is hard, that’s no secret. Online dating is even more difficult when you have trust issues and baggege to work through. Clo Bare talks online dating.

Compromises in Relationships: The Parts I Always Lose

Relationships often involve compromises, but when does it get to be too much? Is it romantic to give up your dreams to be with someone you love or is it a recipe for disaster? Is it romantic to give up your own space to move in with someone you love?