LOS ANGELES, May 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- In little more than a year, self-help and relationship blog, Post Male Syndrome (PMS) has achieved an Alexa ranking of 87,000 in the U.S. The blog has managed to carve out a unique space in the blogosphere, with fresh takes on trending topics that have resonated with readers all over the world. Natasha Adamo, founder and CEO of PMS, credits this success to her raw, simple, results-driven and honest approach to guiding women through the inevitable ups and downs of modern dating – and modern life in general. She is embodiment of Tony Robbins meets Carrie Bradshaw.
"Like most people, I've experienced my share of heartbreak and insecurity," says Natasha. "I wondered what I was doing wrong, and why everything that was taking so much humiliating effort on my part seemed to come so effortlessly to others. The self sabotage did nothing but give me a license to continue to remain in a state of fear-based paralysis, which provided a valid excuse as to why stagnation had become a way of life. I finally reached a point where I was sick of being sick of myself. I created PMS as a place that aimed to answer every question I ever hopelessly asked Google."
As Natasha explains, the Post Male Syndrome blog was created to provide a resource for all the women out there who want to max out their potential.
Relationship advice is naturally front and center on PMS. However, the many discussions about navigating breakups are for the most part simply jumping-off points to dive into more penetrating topics like self-esteem, boundaries, perseverance and healing – in every sense of the word. Among the more popular recent articles are the appropriately cheeky "How to get your ex-boyfriend back," along with an insightful discussion of what makes men emotionally unavailable – and how to spot them.
Romantic relationships are not the only focus of Post Male Syndrome; the blog also explores friendships and family relationships. But probably most important of all, says Natasha, is the relationship one has with oneself. The health and stability of that relationship is pretty much the foundation for every other relationship in a person's life. "Your relationships will always reflect the relationship that you have with yourself and if you don't love yourself, you'll waste your life chasing after people who don't love you either."
In addition to its humorous and highly relatable relationship articles, Post Male Syndrome also features sections dedicated to lifestyle, beauty and self-improvement.
About Natasha Adamo
Natasha Adamo launched PMS in February 2015. The one-of-a-kind relationship and lifestyle blog has seen strong, steady growth ever since.
With Los Angeles as her home base, Natasha has her finger squarely on the pulse of the now, in terms of fashion, style and the modern day woman. She has several big projects in the works to expand her reach, and she encourages her loyal followers at PMS to stay tuned.
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