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.
It’s that time of year where we swear to ourselves that we’ll finally hit the gym, stop eating carbs and spend more time with…
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.
Newsflash – it’s not your heart talking to you. It’s your increased levels of oxytocin – that sneaky, feel-good, bonding hormone that is released when you have sex.
After a massive fight with my father last night, my first reaction was to get on a flight and leave. But in the mess of negative emotions that have been triggered, I realize that there’s an opportunity here for me to evolve my communication and way of handling difficult people. Here is what I’ve learned:
Being in a state of lust comes and goes and is not necessarily a constant. Give each other space when one of you doesn’t feel like being intimate. And when you do, celebrate it.
We do special things for each other not only on holidays and birthdays.
Ask yourself when the last time you made out was. Sex is initiated by making out, not a peck on the lips.
When you are in a relationship and you want to go out more than you want to stay with your partner, it’s a sign you aren’t ready to settle down.
The right person will make you wonder “how” instead of question “why”. If you often catch yourself asking: “why am I with him?” he is likely not the right fit for you.
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Addiction is real and it is not about weakness. It’s not a fight any of us can win by ourselves. If you are struggling with wanting to stop drinking or using drugs more than anything and not being able to – you’re not broken – you’re an addict. Ask for help. And then ask for help again. And then never stop asking for help.
Don’t give everything away right in the beginning. You have to portion it out and keep us coming back for more or else we get bored quickly.
You’re a little lonely – plus a lot bored. And you haven’t had sex for so long that you swear you’re a born-again virgin. Right now your ex is looking preeeettty good.