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Author Archive | Riana Milne

How Trauma Affects our Relationships & in Business; Dr. Louise Swartzwalter & Coach Riana Milne

How Trauma Affects our Relationships & in Business with global Coach Riana Milne – Certified Relationship & Life Coach, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Certified Trauma & Addictions Professional interviews with Dr. Louise Swartswalter, The Beautiful Brain Expert. RianaMilne.com FB: Coach Riana Milne, and Dr. Louise Swartswalter, ND, CBT; Beautiful Balanced Brain Expert www.louiseswartswalter.com   RianaMilne.com

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Are You the Victim of a Player?

Are You the Victim of a Player? Knowledge is Power! Read my latest article posted on Digital Romance about the Toxic games Players do while Dating. You want to avoid those who are Sociopathic, or who use ghosting or breadcrumbing just to string you along. Know the Red Warning Flags and stay far away! Are You […]

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Are You the Victim of a Player?

Are You the Victim of a Player? Riana Milne Singles, Watch Out! Know the latest games people play….you want to avoid these dating traps. Knowledge is Power. Read the latest of my articles on Digital Romance. Ghosting, Breadcrumbing, Sociopathic Scamming…you want to know the Red Flags warning you to stay away! Are You a Victim […]

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Are you a Victim of Breadcrumbing when Dating?

  Are you a Victim of Breadcrumbing?   https://www.brit.co/what-to-do-breadcrumbing-dating/ (Original Q & A for BRIT & Co article; by Riana) — Why is breadcrumbing such a bad thing to do to another person? In your opinion, why do people do it?  The term, breadcrumbing is best described in the Urban Dictionary as, “the act of sending […]

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What Does the Evolved Partner & Relationship Look Like?

What Does the Evolved Partner & Relationship Look Like? Learn the Qualities & Traits of an Emotionally Healthy, Evolved Relationship. Global Life, Dating & Relationship Coach Riana Milne writes for Digital Romance. There is an art and science to finding an amazing Partner; information we did not learn in school, or from our parents. See […]

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