Loving not with the eye but with the mind…
We’re not afraid to show our feelings or sensitivity. We listen with full presence. We have compassion and big hearts. And we are not a myth.
Love is messy.
We all say we want an intimate, romantic, movie-like, f**king awesome relationship. So why are they so rare?
Bryan Reeves explores what it really means to love yourself everyday.
It’s time we start bringing embodied emotional wisdom back into our intimate relationships. Our feminine partners are aching for it.
Raised in a masculine-obsessed world, taught to deny emotions and depreciate feminine ways of being, it’s no surprise many men struggle to love all of a woman.
Intimate relationships don’t last because you love each other. They last because you make—and remake—a choice.
We often blame our partners for the stress we experience in relationships. Bryan Reeves says that stress is really about our own stuff.
We look for love in all the wrong places (mostly in each other). Fortunately, there’s another place you may not have discovered yet.
In our era of strong, independent women, who pays for dinner on a 21st-century first-date?
Bryan Reeves wants to do you a favor and shatter your illusions about love.
Bryan Reeves’s recently stumbled upon one of the most important aspects of building a sound and stable relationship. It happened during the most beautiful breakup.
To find his path of heart, former US Air Force Captain Bryan Reeves had to break the lifelong stranglehold his brain and balls had on his heart.
Bryan Reeves expects other men to find the woman he loves sexy. He also expects that sometimes she’ll feel the same way about them.