Communication isn’t always verbal – especially when it comes to sex. It’s remarkable how much we can say using our bodies alone.
Think of your partner as someone who complements you; if two people are exactly the same, a relationship would just be boring. It’s okay that you’re different, emotionally. The most important thing is the mutual decision to make an effort to understand one another and focus on clear communication for a healthy relationship.
The secret to good sex begins with how confident you feel about yourself and your own sexuality. Finding confidence in sexuality is the best feeling in the world, but it isn’t always easy.
There’s only one thing in life that’s certain, so we might as well seize control of the choices we make while we’re here and exercise our freedom to simply say no when something doesn’t fulfill us.
There are ways to approach social media post-breakup without going totally rogue and ditching it altogether. The less time we spend immersed in social networking creating distorted perceptions that everyone is happier than they are, the more we can focus on really being present in our newly-single lives.
We can get so caught up in the craziness of life that we don’t realize how effective ten minutes of meditation and mindfulness per day can really be. Practicing mindfulness hasn’t cured my depression and anxiety, but it’s a tool I’ve added to my arsenal of coping techniques along with talk therapy, medication, and exercising to feel good.
How do we come to terms with separating our sexual preferences from who we are as people and find resolve with the notion that women who want equality and respect can’t take pleasure in having some submissive sexual kinks?