I was thinking of “fight or flight” and how it’s not always a physical reaction. Sometimes, it’s psychological. I did a corresponding YouTube video which you can watch here.Continue reading Fight, Flight, or Freeze Isn’t Always a Physical Response
Stages of Grief are listed as having five stages, sometimes seven. I’ll list them as seven for the sake of this article and the corresponding video, which can be found here.Continue reading Relationship Breakups: Where Am I in the Stages of Grief
I’m now 50 years old and first started dating when I was about 14. I’m sharing that to say I’ve had plenty of dating experiences and have been in relationships with different types of guys. I realized the breakup, regardless of whether it was my idea or not, was a good thing because it usually caused me to do some introspection and self-reflection.Continue reading Relationship Breakups: Learning Your Behavioral & Emotional Patterns
This article accompanies a YouTube video I currently did after a breakup. I provided context as to why he broke up with me and discussed what I learned about myself from being in that relationship.Continue reading Learning from a Relationship Breakup During COVID: An Opportunity for Personal Growth
I’ve heard it said repeatedly by numerous people over the years that they don’t know who they are without a partner, they feel incomplete, they feel they’re not living with a purpose, etc.Continue reading Why Am I Single?
It’s been said that relationships must all be equal. However, in polyamorous relationships that’s not always the case.
Today begins a new year. I’m suggesting, if you’re one who makes resolutions, to put some thought into who you choose to build new friendships and relationships with.
I purchased a book called The Ethical Slut earlier this year and something struck me as odd regarding their chapter About Fear/Jealousy.
There may come a time in your life when you began to actually put time and effort into learning more about yourself, why you think the way you do, why you process information the way you do, why you act and react to certain things a specific way.
Seeing potential in someone can be like crack. It’s not physically addictive, but once we have a taste of it, sniff it, shoot it up, we enjoy that feeling and continue chasing that high.