“In friendships, romantic relationships, family relationships, and with acquaintances either online or in reality, conflict can either be healthy or dysfunctional; you must learn the difference.”
Have you ever stopped and taken a look back at that little girl or boy you used to be and asked them is there anything they still need?
“It’s not necessary to get others to agree with you, what’s important is to stay open while you finesse your growth through leveraging all conflict as opportunities.”
My new podcast, The Babecast, is finally on air! <<<Click here for The Babecast on iTunes OR for Android DR BABE Radio on Google Play OR Episode 1.1 of The… Read more The Babecast, a Podcast for Men & Women, NOW Airing! →
Plot twists happen. What matters is how you respond to them. Let’s look at one of these classic relationship detours that often times takes the unknowing partner on a tailspin, “I think we should take a break!”
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I used to reject my girly feminine side as weak and superficial; so I celebrated my masculine strengths. Today I practice “bringing out my femininity” as much as I can to bring balance into my life and to assist me in developing successful relationships.
Articles like this one by NIRMALA NATARAJ in the Together Magazine are helpful for exploring sexual fulfillment in relationships. Although I agree that vulnerability may be an important factor in the… Read more The Vulnerability Trap →