Every year, rather than making a resolution, I sit down and write an intention and title for the year to come.
How do we effectively create successful pairings from the start? The ideal is to have a more balanced picture of what your partner's life is like, and then finding out how and where you will fit into it.
"What an extraordinary thing the 'ego' is. We should take time each day to consider our ego. It is capable of tremendous things and should not go unattended to."
We all deserve love but we do not all have the confidence and strength to demand healthy love.
We have various emotional stages throughout the day but how often do we really consider them? How often do you take the time to examine what you're feeling and identify the triggers you face throughout the day that affect you negatively?
A very personal post on the days that get the best of you in the worst way.
If you continue to give your happiness to the future by qualifying it with something that you are not actively pursuing or trying to change, you will NEVER be happy.
Hello again! I know it's been quite some time since my last post and I'm sorry for abandoning you! I'm back now with a new fire igniting my passion and plenty of topics to talk about. As always, if you have any input or want to share your thoughts on my topic of discussion, I'd… Continue reading Our Greatest Saboteur
What is acceptable/normal behavior in a relationship? As we develop new relationships, we are confronted with the thought of what we think is acceptable or normal behavior from our partner. I think a lot of us tend to ask ourselves "is what they're doing, or how they're acting, ok"? This period of getting to know your… Continue reading Establishing Normal
The truth is, relationships are hard. The blending of two perspectives is an incredible feat and can seem impossible without the proper tools. I have been able to deduce that successful, long term relationships only need one thing; two willing parties. That’s it. You both must be willing to do whatever it takes to make… Continue reading Finding the ‘We’