Talking about what turns you on can feel a little embarrassing or awkward if you are not comfortable with conversations being about you, more specifically, if you sometimes feel guilty or selfish to verbalize ways you enjoy feeling good.
These past few months have brought up many different moments of feeling grief. As I have continued to work with engaged and newlywed couples, I have continued to hear a common theme of experiencing some sort of “Post Wedding Blues” after their wedding day.
When there has been a betrayal in a relationship, this leads to an emotional injury, and if not addressed through understanding and forgiveness, it can lead to resentment or termination of the relationship.
But how do you go about tackling the journey of forgiveness together?
In the U.S., 1 in 5 adults has been diagnosed with a mental illness, if your partner has been diagnosed with a mental illness, it’s important for them to know that they are not alone and neither are you. Here are some ways that you can support them during this time.
I know I have previously mentioned the importance of setting boundaries with technology in your relationship, but I wanted to share some ways in which it may be helpful in long-distance relationships.
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