There is no sense in maintaining injustice & inequality when what we mean is the variance between observed subjects. Or rather, let’s not breed contempt for our differences, but celebrate & synergize them as complimentary. Nor must our similarities catalyze competition & conflict.
I am reclaiming my place as a force to be reckoned with because I know the alternative won’t get me where my path potentially leads.
“How to view your self in relation to your body as a dynamic relationship that wants attention and affection like all relationships do.”
This is my vision, my art, and my way to experientially shift our community using my inherent talents, passion, and expertise. I am so proud of this project, and I believe in DR. BABE, even if and when you don’t.
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 →
I am always grateful for unconditional love, and I’m wise enough to know that it doesn’t always come in a neat package that reflects what I want. It is however, always served best when reciprocated.
*** One of the hardest things to establish in long term relationships (LTRs) is balance between me-time & we-time. In order to cultivate healthy and successful LTRs this is one of… Read more It’s OK to Sleep Alone →
Communicating effectively is crucial for our success in our work and personal lives. It is essential that our listeners experience us as credible and trustworthy. In formal or informal, seated or standing, face to face or over the phone, and in our work and personal lives.The quality of our lives is determined by the quality of our relationships. The quality of our relationships is determined by the quality of our communication. 1) What we say (content); 2) How we say it (voice: tonality/pace/pause); and 3) How we convey the message… Read more Communicating Credibility →