Well the truth is, distance really sucks. But that doesn’t mean it has to.
The holiday season can be a kick to the back of the knee.
When your heart breaks, it shatters into a million pieces. Some small and some too large for you to carry on your own. But if we are so lucky, someone … Continue reading Broken Glass (Poem)
second chances are a blessing. but a third, fourth, a fifth- that’s a hamster stuck in a hamster wheel. he says you’ll come back around, but don’t give him the … Continue reading Hamster Wheel of Second Chances (Poem)
We’ve all done it. Having a friend or partner confront us about a problem and we immediately follow by changing the spotlight on ourselves and giving unsolicited advice. This is … Continue reading Being Fully Present In Your Everyday Interactions
Love is a gift, not an obligation. . .
From there, we see truth. From there, we see heartbreak, pain, freedom and comfort. . .
Find a love that works for you.
I can’t trust others, because I don’t know how to trust myself…
How just one bottle of wine brings us closer together…
Honesty is the best policy. . . Right? There seems to be a fine line between being honest and being a straight up asshole. By: Jason Suerte Felipe I was … Continue reading Honesty Isn’t An Excuse To Be An Asshole
Some old. Some new. Some just above the surface and some deep within. Most fade and few stay as a reminder of the pain. And some reopen…
Relationship trauma is important to understand. We have to be able to first acknowledge the trauma in attempt to heal from them.
Never confuse lust with love.
It’s crazy how in one moment a person can mean the entire world to you and in a blink of an eye, they’re nothing.
Relationships can come to an end. And although it may feel like it, it is not the end of the world.
“I’m not the jealous type.” A statement that we all firmly believe until jealousy rears it’s ugly green head. It wasn’t until my first real relationship when I realized I was … Continue reading Overcoming Jealousy in an LGBTQ Relationship
I can’t help but overthink. A dreadful clash between who, what, when, where and why. Who am I? What am I doing? When will I be happy? Where do I … Continue reading A Stranger in My Own Body