Here are four questions to ask yourself if you want to know if your relationship has a chance at being sustainable, meaningful, and healthy.
Don’t let this year be like all the others.
The choice to love is not a feeling; it is an action.
There is no “the one.” The idea that we are only meant to be with one person on this planet is not romantic.
I will take my learnings of 2018 and apply them to the new year. With a better understanding of myself and the way I choose to show up in the world. These learnings will act as tools, swords to slay new dragons.
Instead of creating a space for romance, curiosity, build up, foreplay, and flirting, we just want the punchline. We want to check the boxes as fast as we can.
It’s time to make it about you.
Both parties shall love hard. “Loving hard” shall be defined as making an honest effort to love with everything.
Bring more to the table.
Truly powerful people are not aware of their power. They are only aware of themselves.
The greatest difference between a man and a boy is boys react and men respond. As a life coach, you will learn how to respond instead of react.
We live in a fatherless nation. The effects of this is ambivalence and blurry definitions of man.
Open any beauty magazine and you’ll see countless articles about what women want, but there’s rarely a space for men to express their relationship needs.
John Kim, The Angry Therapist, shares tips and words of wisdom for today’s men.
Growth is not a light switch. It’s a lifestyle, something we must thread into our daily lives.
Below are the choices I believe define a man, and contribute to healthier relationships in all forms—especially with self.