Miscommunication happens so frequently that people have no idea the other person is thinking something completely different than what they said. Words are tricky. Why? Because words have various meanings and when you put them together in a certain way in a sentence they again can have immeasurable meanings for another person. This happens because… Continue reading Miscommunication is a Given
When life sometimes feels so overwhelming and demanding, we can easily be pulled into the dark; wanting to be free to release ourselves from the suffering. We can be tempted by those things that seem like a reprieve, a way to relax, and de-stress. In actuality, it is a means to escape the pain by… Continue reading When a Need to Escape Turns Into an Addiction
Once you’ve had the opportunity to explore your own sexual pleasure, as discussed in yesterday’s post, take the time to check in with yourself and your body and see if you feel comfortable to move forward with your partner. Firstly, it is highly recommended that as you engage in sexual intimacy, and eventually intercourse, it… Continue reading Sexual Intimacy With a Loving Partner
In yesterday’s post, I talked about the importance of loving yourself. Once you start to treat yourself with respect and kindness by stating only loving words about yourself and setting healthy boundaries, you can start to have a different relationship with your body. For women who have experienced sexual abuse or sexual assault, it can… Continue reading How to Love Your Body!
Ourselves, other people, and society are constantly giving us messages about what our body should and shouldn’t be. Too fat. Too thin. Too sexy. Not sexy enough. Unattractive. Attractive. It’s no wonder most women have a hate-hate relationship with their body. We are more than just our body, but sadly years of societal norms, expected… Continue reading Connecting to Your Body Isn’t Easy!