A Note on Intimacy

A Note on Intimacy

Admit it, you're looking for your right-fit someone, and it's taking forever. Ladies and gentlemen, don't judge us singles! The struggle is real

5 Truths to Help You Annihilate Self-Doubt

5 Truths to Help You Annihilate Self-Doubt

Everyone’s blowing smoke behind a mirrored backdrop.

We’re all in the same boat, made of the same beans, with access to the same bag of tricks. 

Journey with me. Be set free from the soul-sucking parasite that is self-doubt...

Part 2 - Figuring Out Why We Want To Be In A Relationship

Part 2 - Figuring Out Why We Want To Be In A Relationship

 

“I thought that this was what love meant,
a struggle to possess when we only fully possess ourselves,
a need to have another person exactly how you want them,
an unwillingness to accept that everything is impermanent.”[1]

I salivated over these lines because they hit the nail onto my skull:

The measure in which we can love another in a way that brings them life, is a reflection of our relationship with permanency and our understanding of impermanency.

7 Strategies for Controlling Negative Emotions

7 Strategies for Controlling Negative Emotions

Length: 15 minute read.

Happy New Year!

So, I write this article for one primary reason:

I am utterly and completely the emotional type, and I loathe it.

I'm often praised for my ability to inject energy and enthusiasm into a lifeless atmosphere.

Beautiful. That's great.

However, when I am experiencing inner turmoil, I wish I was more like my friend Matt, who can coast through life making steady, rational decisions with little affecting his cool, even in the face of aggravating personalities.

The 1 New Year's Resolution That Will Actually Work

The 1 New Year's Resolution That Will Actually Work

I'M NOT GOING TO ASK YOU HOW MANY TIMES YOU'VE TRIED AND FAILED. 

 

Setting New Year's resolutions seems to be a much frequented activity in our culture. Fresh starts are lovely

 

However, taking stock of our NY Resolution success/failure board, our emotions toward our resolutions often are associated with failure or the too-hard basket.

 

So what do we do?