All posts by Sarah Suhaimi

Sarah Suhaimi practices 명음 by day and the art of dark chocolate bar swindling by night. She is currently working closely with a local Pittsburgh non-profit that serves sex-trafficked victims, Living in Liberty, as a volunteer and grant proposal writer. She founded the Southeast Asian Student Alliance (SEASA) at her university, and, as well, the "Offer Islam Campaign." Her works vary from prose to poetry to articles. Her published works include, ‘The Home of an Immigrant’s Daughter’ in the Art Catalogue for the 2012 Dublin Biennial, Dublin, Ireland and ‘Hidden Beauty Reveals Itself (Intellect Vs Instinct)’ in the Art Catalogue for the 2011 Florence Biennale VIII, Florence, Italy.

The No Call – No Pic Dichotomy

Wonder why a guy rarely calls? Wonder why women are so hesitant to send a selfie? It’s all based on my theory of parallel comfort and value, what I call the “No Call- No Pic Dichotomy.” Law of Familiarity Men...

/ November 18, 2020

You Broke Up with Someone Great

You broke up with someone great. Moving on isn’t about being enraptured by any intense emotion. It isn’t being petty. It isn’t being vindictive. Not yearning, nostalgic, or even joyful. It’s…calm…and content. Think about it. Saying “I broke up with...

/ August 31, 2020

The Neuroscience of Moving On

Dr. Fisher and numerous anthropologists, psychologists, and neurologists alike all agree that love “on the brain,” exists. MRI scans support that the same areas of the brain that light up when experiencing highs from drugs, light up when you’re in...

/ May 21, 2020

Love & Corona: What Will Happen?

There’s nothing like a pandemic to stir up your dating life. The virus has upended the economy, public health systems, and politics of nearly every country in the world. Some more than others. People’s social lives, livelihoods, and personal lives...

/ April 22, 2020

Attention Isn’t the Same as Intention

Dating bloggers read other dating blogs. And dating gurus watch other dating gurus. One Holy Grail of a dating guru man is Matthew Hussey. His advice is both cathartic and chilling. Direct but compassionate. He described something so eye-opening: “Attention...

/ February 18, 2020

My Love Do(n't) Cost Things

Love isn’t Free. Materially or metaphorically, it isn’t. Here are four characteristics of why money isn’t the only thing but is in fact, a thing in relationships. It Depends On Your Lifestyle She’s dripping with Gucci and you can’t do...

/ January 2, 2020

The Loophole in Long Distance Dating

Long distance relationships carry a bad rep for multiple reasons: the longing, the pain of being apart, the effort, the tests of trust and bonds, the investment, and essentially the lack of all physical, existential interaction. Ever thought of long-distance...

/ November 12, 2019

Not a Math. Not Science. Love’s Art.

I've long speculated on the definition of love and its paradigm. What's the ‘subject' of this subject on love? How would you answer that? Here's my simple answer: Numbers Game It is projected that a woman is supposed to meet...

/ September 24, 2019