What does “I Love You” Really Mean? How do you say it and how do you interpret when it’s said to you?
How do you know when your partner wants to get close? How do you know when you feel distant? What are the “bids” (requests) you make for intimacy? This essay is about the process of “getting” what your partner is trying to tell you — so you can become closer and turn toward each other.
I asked him if he was suicidal. He paused and answered yes. This post is about what it’s like to talk to someone who’s suicidal — and to pay attention from the perspective of someone who feels hopeless.
Here’s a tribute and letter to my younger self reminding me that it’s going to be okay when my Grandma dies.
What does it mean to listen with your heart? How can you improve your listening skills?
As a recovering perfectionist, I have been experimenting with non-attachment. After years of studying, I have finally realized how to live without letting outcomes control me. Here’s a new blog post.
I’ve been noticing a lot of laziness in the dating world, both from men and women. Everyone says they’re looking for find someone, but when it’s time to push our limits, we often retreat or rely on the easy way. What do you think?
How do you know how to love a person? As we grow and experience more, we refine our needs and realize what works for us. Love is dynamic. Here’s a short list of ways I like to be loved. How about you?
Why do people still ghost? Many people thought it was a phenomena that would stop, but it’s a communication pattern that still exists and creates doubt and anger. What do you do when you’re ghosted?
Was it a coincidence that I opened up my first yoga book on the 99th anniversary of the birth of B.K.S. Iyengar? Please read along as I begin this yogic journey.