The Shana James Podcast.
Sex & Relationships
“We had sex a couple of times and it seemed great at the time, and we both said that we had serious feelings for each other (though I said it first).”
Do not allow a temporary person to make permanent damage to your self-confidence and self-esteem.
The times I still feel angry at my ex.
Secrets from a divorce attorney about finding peace in separation.
Don’t be afraid to fall in love. Be afraid of not having the opportunity to explore your own heart during those moments when it is bursting with passion and joy, as well as the moments when it is breaking with loss and loneliness.
So that’s why I’m single.
All of those hallmark cards, flower bouquets in the grocery store, and little chocolate hearts shower us with messages of what our relationships should look like.
Somehow as the last single person you receive the brunt of unsolicited advice about your dating life as if getting married made your friends experts in relationships.
Life can be challenging when there are natural communication problems.
My last boyfriend left me because my not being “more damsel-y” made him feel unneeded and emasculated.
Creating emotion in everyone you speak to will really make you memorable.
Sex, like anything else, takes time and intention.
Complacency can signal the end of your relationship, whether it be a quick demise or a long-winded withdrawal by both partners… or it can be the start of a bright new future together, depending on what action you are prepared to take.
If you wonder why you find yourself in one toxic relationship after another this may answer that question.
Showing your vulnerability is never easy. We are afraid of being judged.