It’s no longer all about me.
Life can feel very paper-thin when you have a lot of “friends” but no-one you can really open up to.
The best way to stay in a loving, happy, relationship is to not get too comfortable. Self-deception may be comforting, but it could mean disaster in the long run.
Most people who are negative are so because they’ve been socialized in that way.
In my experience the doctors I saw told me that I need to keep taking my medication but added nothing to the conversation on how I could better my life.
That constant knot is your stomach anxiety, and being in a perpetual state of anxiety isn’t natural.
Now, I understand there were things that mattered a lot to my dad in his life and I wasn’t one of them.
Falling in love is complex; it’s sticky, it’s unintended, and almost always just sneaks up on you.
Men can get trapped in a cycle of “fixing”; here is how to give her what she really wants.
Even if you might not like what he has to say.
I will get straight to the point and be a bit open and blunt about it.
In a world that is full of connection but loneliness, you can both put the phone down for a while and be present with each other.
What you’re doing wrong and how to fix it.
Grief is a mixture of many feelings. Rage, hurt, shame, sadness, distortion, and so much more.
Talk to someone. A doctor, a good friend, anyone. It’s far better than keeping it inside like a dirty little secret.
How do we conquer anxiety when life throws fearful situations in our faces all the time?