Along the journey, you will feel like quitting, you will feel disenfranchised, you will feel uncomfortable, you will feel uncertain, and you will feel all the shitty things that come along with creating excellence.
Sometimes the most valuable, life changing lessons and opportunities for growth come disguised in the ugliest of packages.
Love is not a limited resource. You can have many different kinds of love, with different people. One is not better or worse, the dynamic is always unique in its own way.
A lot of men only saw me for beauty and did not value my personality or the depth behind me as a human being. Such men are attracted to the social stigma that beauty is power.
One day you will meet someone, and he will love everything about you that you were so sure was unlovable.
The more you wait the more special it is and the more willing he will likely be willing to work harder to win you over.
How does the company you keep feed your soul? And more importantly, how do you feed the souls and touch the hearts of others?
Article titled “A Girl’s Guide to Surviving Burning Man in Style” was featured on the front page of Yahoo Makers. Yahoo! is the highest-read…
When should you listen to your intuition? Here’s the scientific explanation behind your gut feeling.
As children, we picked up the good and bad habits of our caretakers, and without even knowing it, started to mirror such habits until they became our own.
You’re not in love, your brain is just experiencing a surge of dopamine. There are three mating drives in the brain that intertwine to create love.
The secret to attraction isn’t about your looks, it’s about mastering this one thing…
Sex and the City author, Candace Bushnell, answers my questions on dating in New York city on HuffPost Live.
The best gift you can give yourself is to learn to feel comfortable in your own skin. Build your confidence up slowly and surely — it helps to grow up with glasses and braces.
Do you know what your attachment style is? How we emotionally bond to others is determined by the first years of life, and it can explain why your relationships are failing.
Interviewed in an article in The New York Times newspaper in a piece titled Unplugging Without FOMO.
Spending over a decade in the marketing and public relations industry, a large portion of my job is spent in recruiting and retaining talent….
Why are there an abundance of highly successful, go-getting, independent women who although on paper look like the perfect catch, can’t seem to find a suitable life partner?