What does it mean to be different? To stand out? How does it impact your life? What are the downsides, and are there any benefits?
When you’re confronted with a difficult moment, it calls on you to show who you really want to be. You show this, through your response. Not the one your emotions force you to make, but the deliberate one you decide on for yourself.
I’ve acted like a jerk in the past, and perhaps you have too. It’s an uncomfortable realisation, and we’d rather run as far away from ourselves as we could. But there’s another strategy that might not be easier, but that works better. I tried it out.
Valentine’s Day is a big, commercial event these days. But it doesn’t have to be. Here are 15 ways in which to surprise loved ones with a gift that matches their love language. And all of these cost next to nothing.
The same monster in two different disguises: Fear of abandonment and fear of commitment look like two extremes, but are they really just the same beast acting out in a different way? And how do they affect one another?
What is a love language? What are the 5 types? Why should I learn about this? What can I do with the knowledge? These and lots more questions are answered in this post on the 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman!
Sex is used to sell, but we also use it on a personal level. We can use it to make ourselves feel better, or gain interest or power. This, however, comes at a cost.
What would your life have looked like if you had been taught how to have a long-term relationship in high school? What do you wish you’d known in your earlier relationships, whether that means they would have lasted or not?
What’s your true home base? Where do you feel the safest? A place without judgement where you can be 100% yourself and feel loved even when you act crazy? Your relationship can be that place.
Is guilt always bad? It sure feels that way, but it can also lead us toward positive actions, toward a better version of ourselves, even. Want to know how?