— “How do I love thee? Let me count the ways,” Elizabeth Barrett Browning wrote in her famous sonnet. Then she spent the remaining 14 lines talking about herself: “I love thee to the depth and breadth and height/My soul can reach…,” blah blah blah. Here you probably thought she was going to talk about…
Sometimes I wonder who he is yelling at these days.
You begin considering how they would be able to cope without you in their lives.
The idea of “romance” isn’t some mysterious elusive quality – it’s a skill we can (and should) All learn to cultivate in our relationships. Here’s how to do it…
A tough-love list on the quickest way to unhappiness.
The idea that sharing your feelings puts a burden on others is false.
Even failure is progress, but only if you are able to learn from your mistakes.
They aren’t magic tricks, but when applied with intention they can help.
Have you ever loved someone who didn’t love you back?
Once you finally start spending some in-person time together, the next factor is what kind of time that is.
#4. Becoming defensive instead of listening to your partner.
Mothers can say the meanest things.
Over the past 15 years, I’ve lost and found my father several times.
We cannot know what we don’t know.
When you provide the self-care your brain craves, you enhance cognitive function and remove self-imposed limitations, allowing you to perform at higher levels in multiple areas of your life.
How I ended up as the guru of the bedroom, and why I accepted the role happily.