Yes, love is patient and love is kind, but you can only experience this greatness when you and you’re partner have softened into your true selves. The true selves we’re all born with, free of ego, vulnerable, full of courage to forge lasting relationships. Unfortunately as kids, we’re sometimes stripped of these qualities when we’re told
Life, it’s full of choices. From the time we wake up, to the time we go to sleep, we’re faced with choices. And we can choose to let darkness rule our every waking moment, or we can choose to be a light unto ourselves and others. I try to choose the latter as often as
Yes, Steve Harvey has totally provided some great tips on weeding out men via Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man. I know I definitely see what he means when my girlfriends and I sit around talking about our relationships, new and old. It’s baffling to see so many smart, beautiful women bend their requirements in
Valentine’s Day has come and gone, and while taking time to express your love for one another on this day is special, I don’t think doing it once a year does a lot toward solidifying a long lasting relationship. That’s where my 5 Ways to Show Your Love, Past Valentine’s Day comes in. While men have
As you may have picked up from my posts, I love watching Oprah’s Own Network and all the fab programming toward leading your best life. Recently I caught an episode focused on Dr. Gary Chapman’s 5 Love Languages. If you missed it, here’s the skinny on finding your love language, even if you’re currently single. Dr.
The key to happiness – true, lasting happiness – has been the topic of many books, lectures, videos, and many a pilgrimage. It seems like such an easy feel good emotion that it’s hard to believe we easily allow it to go away in favor of sadness, fear and hatred. And while I still have moments where