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.

Wrong Person, Right Time

The old adage usually says that we find the right person at the wrong time. But it’s the exact opposite. We are projecting our desires of a fantasy (what we think is right but actually wrong) at a certain idle time....

/ August 3, 2017

7 Secret Ways to Test Your Chemistry

Are we compatible? Where is this going? The level of chemistry you have with your partner may be difficult to gauge objectively, but certain fact checking can obliterate all this confusion. So before you boil over, here are seven sure-fire...

/ July 18, 2017

10 First-date Hacks That’ll Save You

I believe in first-dates. I go on a ton of them. The pure potential, openness, novelty, and spontaneity of a first-date are all highly appealing. The second date, however, is on an entirely different level. Here are overall ten tips...

/ June 20, 2017

How to Go on a “Dating Diet” This Summer

Are you just completely jaded? Stuck in a dating rut? Ready to revamp your entire dating routine? Here are seven simple steps to a fulfilling and healthy dating slate you can take on this summer. 1) Taking the first step:...

/ May 30, 2017

What NOT to Message a Girl Online

Should you or should you not send that message? If you have to ask then read this! Technology has made our lives easier and with respect to meeting people for a date, it's been a boon in some ways while...

/ April 27, 2017

Falling Out of Love Feels Good

It’s funny. Ironic. How things pan out. Questions spiral in your mind. And the thoughts. The feelings. They crash into you and then they flee. Ghosts. Fragments. Pieces of what was. Pieces of what could never longer be. I’m talking about...

/ April 11, 2017

Triangular Theory of Love: Passion, Intimacy, and Commitment

The “Triangle of Courtesy” Hiking Sign Has a New Friend Yale psychologist Robert Sternberg described consummate love or “true love” as a perfect triad of the following three components- passion, intimacy, and commitment. And any partial components result in different...

/ March 23, 2017

The Art of Rebounding: Warm-ups, Skills, and Moves.

Like any sport, rebounding requires warm-ups, skills, and moves. Here I will highlight one example of a routine with the wins, mishaps, and the machinery involved. Intro Understand the basic terminology: Merriam Webster- to spring back on or as if...

/ February 23, 2017