(Nashville Scene) – We’ve all heard it before — relationships take work, even in normal times. Throw in a global pandemic, an economic crisis and prolonged restrictions on what we can do and where we can go, and the lifting gets even heavier. And that’s whether you’re newly dating, in a long-term relationship or parenting
The end of a year and start of a new decade. Naturally that brings about thoughts of growth. Where am I in my life now? Where do I want to be in the near future? What typically happens is that people set up a list of resolutions or goals for the new year, and maybe
As a parent, I can empathize with the emotions felt when a child discloses self-harm or when you find out that your child has been self-harming. Emotions that you might experience are fear, anger and confusion. This article discusses five tips to consider when you become aware of your child’s self-harming behavior. 1. Self-harm does
-It’s great being in a relationship -It’s great being single -It’s great being married -It’s great being divorced Relationship status doesn’t determine happiness or level of loneliness. I meet people everyday that are happy and miserable in and out of relationships. As human beings we come into this world with both internal and external conflict.
In Honor of Condom month that recently passed in February, I wanted to share this excellent resource from the Society for Human Sexuality, Lesbian STD, and Super Dyke. Great resource when navigating safety around STIs. STIs (Sexually Transmitted Infections) are a common part of sexual health. We all have a responsibility in protecting ourselves. Get
Too often when we talk about pleasuring men, we focus a great deal around purely entertaining an erect penis. Yeah, the penis is a major erotic zone, but there is so much more to a man’s sexuality than just the position a man strokes his penis. Men can enjoy foreplay, vibrators, and other forms of exploration. There is
Many are raised from a very young age to put their needs before everyone and everything else. “Work before play.” “There is plenty of time to sleep when you are dead.” “That can wait until I take a vacation.” The lists of phrases emphasizing poor self-care go on and on. What phrases do you often tell yourself to justify not taking time for loving yourself?
Monday, 29 April 2019 by pandoraawake
(CNN) – After sex with your partner, you may just want to relax in bed and cuddle a bit. But would you find it frustrating and a little hurtful if, instead of reaching for you, your partner rolls over and reaches for their phone? Or maybe you’re totally spent and craving sleep, but your significant other