healthy relationships

That moment of unity will be an unexpected gift. No matter what day of the year. Extending love to someone with a different
This blog reflects my real-life experiences. I'd love to hear about your experiences, so let's continue the conversation
There is only one assumption that will make the conversation about disconnection or too much closeness beneficial: that in
Holy moly. There was no doubt in my mind that right then and there, I had found my erotic blueprint.
I am sad at the part these experiences played in distancing me from my own body. Not feeling like my body was safe took a toll on my self-confidence and kept me from experiencing pleasure.
My best friend Carrie would've been an awesome mom. Beyond awesome. She was loving, exuberant, brilliant and sassy, and she had just the right dose of crazy mixed in. Maybe a little extra crazy, but in the best ways possible.
There are aspects of our family heritage that we love and that are supportive to our lives. This can include positive qualities
As our workshop leader handed each of us a selfie stick, she acknowledged that all of us have body parts we don't like, and that it can be scary to look at ourselves through a camera lens, but that she had found incredible power and sexual energy in taking photographs of the things she did like about her body. And she wanted us to have the same experience.
One way you can liberate yourself from this kind of self-criticism is by confronting a feeling you've probably come to fear more than you realize: disappointment.
If it's a priority to you, then I think dating someone as activity and fitness minded as yourself has the more likely potential to lead to a successful long-term relationship than otherwise. Here's why:
You will be the reason he becomes all that he is meant to be and the reason he will protect his kingdom at all costs.
As a couple, it's very easy to get lost in the day-to-day craziness of things. There's so much to do, so many people to take care of and a plethora of deliverables to be accountable for. So how do you stay relevant as a couple?
The Truth: This is both theoretically and scientifically inaccurate. Of the three terms, narcissistic personality disorder