I’ve often heard people talking about what they deserve in relationships and how they don’t know how to get it. So I’ve written a post on how to do just that!
I don’t normally talk about depression (though I do talk about anorexia and NICU PTSD), but after a conversation with my husband last night, we decided this post would be helpful to many and worth writing. And so, here we are.
Here are 5 pieces of advice for helping your spouse through a period of depression!
Hey there folks! 🙂
This is another video collaboration with the Relationship Blogger, Raymond Baxtor. I’ve really enjoyed doing this video series with him and I expect we may do more in the future. If you have a question that you’d like one of us to answer, please leave me a comment in my comment’s section and I will do my best to get a response made. We really appreciate all the positive feedback and support we’ve received while doing this series.
This question for this video was: “I’ve heard that personality trumps over physical attractiveness with women – does physical attractiveness not matter too much?”
This was a question I was asked by Raymond Baxter, the Relationship Blogger. I did a video response as part of a 4 part series on sex and relationships.
Feminism, not the patriarchy, was what tried to steal my choices and my femininity.
My latest for Anne Cohen on ending friendships: How To End Friendships You Know Are Holding You Back
My latest for Anne Cohen: Why Your Partner Should Be Your Best Friend
This video is part of a collaboration series with Raymond the Relationship Blogger. We are hoping to do a video every week answering each other’s questions on sex to promote a healthy understanding of sex and sexuality and to show the differences in how we think about these topics.
He also insists that there is a right way to put on the toilet paper roll, and I disagree, but you know what? It doesn’t matter if you can’t even put the toilet paper roll on the roller because the toddler is like a cat and will unroll it all and throw it in the toilet, so ha! We will settle this one when our son acts more like a human than a cat.
We all have unrealistic expectations set on us by various forms of media. They don’t just affect the way we see ourselves or our bodies, they also affect our relationships.