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12 BREAKUPS… AND COUNTING?😭

 

Are you sick of going through heartbreaks and you feel like another one is potentially going to break you?

 

Take our 5-day love challenge to improve and spice up your relationship!

 

ARE YOU GAME?

love is a gift that keeps on giving

 

Get constant ideas on how to make your loved ones feel loved.

I want constant ideas on what I can do to make my other half feel loved.Download a curated list of ideas on what you can do to spice up your relationship.
YOUR RELATIONSHIP IN A NUTSHELL:

1. ARGUMENTS

You argue with your partner every other day of the week. Your partner and you have a war of words where hurtful words are hurled towards each other.

2. ANNOYANCE

Everything your partner says or does annoys the heck out of you. What used to make you laugh is getting on your nerves right now.

3. TRUST AND JEALOUSY ISSUES

You don’t trust your partner. You feel that your partner is constantly flirting with other people.

4. COMMUNICATION BREAKDOWN

You don’t have anything to talk to your partner about. Your partner seems disinterested in whatever you say.

5. DIFFERENT EXPECTATIONS

You expect your partner to be different and your partner on the other hand, expects you to be someone you are not.

6. PRIORITIES

You used to prioritize each other but now it barely matters.

7. OTHER REASONS

Too many of them.. Bottom line is, you both are just growing apart and you feel that you are falling out of love.

You are now thinking of how you are going to solve this.

It is actually not as complex as you make it to be.

 

Unfortunately, as you may have realised, it is ego that is killing your relationship.
People fail to understand that the core of every relationship is building that foundation of love and understanding.

SO WHAT IS LOVE?

“Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails….”

1 Corinthians 13:4-8

After watching relationships after relationships fail around me, after having my own heart broken countless times, I figured this out. People tend to love others the way they want to be loved themselves. Relationships don’t work out most of the time, not because they do not love each other, but mainly because they fail to understand each other.

 

Love is about communication. Love is about empathy. Love is about understanding. It is about understanding what your partner likes, what your partner dislikes, what you can do to make your partner feel appreciated and loved. This is what love is. It is loving someone the way they want to be loved, not the way you want to be loved.

 

My name is Keith Tang, and with my team, I started Dating With Diapers, because we truly believe that love is a necessity, not a privilege. Everyone deserves to experience love; to be loved and to love unconditionally. Dating With Diapers has carefully crafted these suggestions to help individuals like yourself, come out of your shell, prompt you to be you. THE REAL YOU.

 

Dating With Diapers was developed as a recommendation itinerary so that you will be able to have fun whilst building up a better understanding of each other that you didn’t know, you didn’t know. You will not need to even talk about your ongoing problems with your partner because what we are recommending is just going to prompt you to understand both yourself and your partner better.

 

So good news! It is not too late to be saved unless you have signed the divorce papers in an attorney’s office yesterday,…. Or unless you have gotten your kicked out of your house this morning! Then, I’d be sorry for your loss.

 

To those who have believed in us all these while, we at Dating With Diapers,
Thank You…

“I have been fortunate enough to be one of those who adopted and subscribed to Dating With Diapers early on. I sat in with the founding team and understood the psychology in their ideas and why they do what they do. Some sparks reignited and that changed my relationship.”

Stephanie Yee

“It’s like an unforced relationship therapist. It has helped me better understand my partner of 5 years, whom I thought I knew so well.”

Nicole Tan

LOVE IS A GIFT THAT KEEPS ON GIVING

 

Get constant ideas on how to make your loved
ones feel loved.

I would like to be updated constantly by Dating With Diapers.Download a curated list of ideas on what you can do to spice up your relationship.

12 BREAKUPS… AND COUNTING??

 

Are you sick of going through heartbreaks and you feel like another one is potentially going to break you?

Take our 5-day love challenge to improve and spice up your relationship!

 

ARE YOU GAME?

love is a gift that keeps on giving

 

Get constant ideas on how to make your loved ones feel loved.

I want constant ideas on what I can do to make my other half feel loved.Download a curated list of ideas on what you can do to spice up your relationship.
YOUR RELATIONSHIP IN A NUTSHELL:

1. ARGUMENTS

You argue with your partner every other day of the week. Your partner and you have a war of words where hurtful words are hurled towards each other.

2. ANNOYANCE

Everything your partner says or does annoys the heck out of you. What used to make you laugh is getting on your nerves right now.

3. TRUST AND JEALOUSY ISSUES

You don’t trust your partner. You feel that your partner is constantly flirting with other people.

4. COMMUNICATION BREAKDOWN

You don’t have anything to talk to your partner about. Your partner seems disinterested in whatever you say.

5. DIFFERENT EXPECTATIONS

You expect your partner to be different and your partner on the other hand, expects you to be someone you are not.

6. PRIORITIES

You used to prioritize each other but now it barely matters.

7. OTHER REASONS

Too many of them.. Bottom line is, you both are just growing apart and you feel that you are falling out of love.

You are now thinking of how you are going to solve this.

It is actually not as complex as you make it to be.

 

Unfortunately, as you may have realized, it is ego that is killing your relationship. People fail to understand that the core of every relationship is building that foundation of love and understanding.

SO WHAT IS LOVE?

“Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails…”

1 Corinthians 13:4-8

After watching relationships after relationships fail around me, after having my own heart broken countless times, I figured this out. People tend to love others the way they want to be loved themselves. Relationships don’t work out most of the time, not because they do not love each other, but mainly because they fail to understand each other.

 

Love is about communication. Love is about empathy. Love is about understanding. It is about understanding what your partner likes, what your partner dislikes, what you can do to make your partner feel appreciated and loved. This is what love is. It is loving someone the way they want to be loved, not the way you want to be loved.

 

My name is Keith Tang, and with my team, I started Dating With Diapers, because we truly believe that love is a necessity, not a privilege. Everyone deserves to experience love; to be loved and to love unconditionally. Dating With Diapers has carefully crafted these suggestions to help individuals like yourself, come out of your shell, prompt you to be you. THE REAL YOU.

 

Dating With Diapers was developed as a recommendation itinerary so that you will be able to have fun whilst building up a better understanding of each other that you didn’t know, you didn’t know. You will not need to even talk about your ongoing problems with your partner because what we are recommending is just going to prompt you to understand both yourself and your partner better.

 

So good news! It is not too late to be saved unless you have signed the divorce papers in an attorney’s office yesterday,…. Or unless you have gotten your kicked out of your house this morning! Then, I’d be sorry for your loss.

 

To those who have believed in us all these while, we at Dating With Diapers, Thank You…

“I have been fortunate enough to be one of those who adopted and subscribed to Dating With Diapers early on. I sat in with the founding team and understood the psychology in their ideas and why they do what they do. Some sparks reignited and that changed my relationship.”

Stephanie Yee

“It’s like an unforced relationship therapist. It has helped me better understand my partner of 5 years, whom I thought I knew so well.”

Nicole Tan

LOVE IS A GIFT THAT KEEPS ON GIVING

 

Get constant ideas on how to make your loved ones feel loved.

I would like to be updated constantly by Dating With Diapers.Download a curated list of ideas on what you can do to spice up your relationship.