Alia Nasr

A Guide to Dating After Divorce

Dating plays a major role in the journey of self-discovery we go through after a divorce. Its importance lies in how it shapes who we become.   We are constantly evolving into a better version of ourselves, and our experiences model our unique characters. A big part of life’s happenings is relationships. So, because our…

Am I Enough?

We sometimes find ourselves in relationships with people who make us doubt our self-worth. We allow someone else’s opinion of us to define who we are. We accept for ourselves less than we deserve because of how worthy someone else sees us. But what is self-worth? Who decides our value? And how do we know…

Is Once a Cheater Always a CHEATER?

This question has been debated over generations and generations of, primarily, women trying to understand what is behind the phenomenon of cheating. Many have come to repeat the title of this topic as a statement, rather than a question. But is it true? Do people who cheat have always been and will always continue to…

Does Being Alone Mean You’re Lonely?

Many of us fear being alone without a companion, believing that without a partner we would be lonely. As humans, we strive for connection. We all want to feel supported and appreciated. This need sometimes leads to our attachment to someone, believing that if we lose this one person we would not be able to…

Infidelity: Who’s to Blame?

Infidelity is one of the most common problems couples face worldwide. Not to say that it happens with everyone, but it does happen with most. Some might choose to leave, while others may choose to stay in a relationship with a cheating spouse. Such a decision is relative to each person’s beliefs, needs, and priorities.…

An Unhappy Marriage: Should I Stay Or Should I Go?

Before the end of any marriage there is a long moment of reflection. Reflecting on our current situation and how our relationship reached this state. We get countless thoughts running through our heads. Our minds get overwhelmed with too many internal dialogues and conversations. Our time gets consumed with thinking, overthinking, and rethinking. We lose…

Life after divorce: What about the children?

We live in a culture that values family and the idea of a family unit. We grow up with a predetermined belief that marriage is a necessary part of life and that it is a bond that should last forever. With an alarmingly rising rate of divorce, our society is slowly accepting a new definition…