Here’s a terrific short video – and an important reminder to anyone who has ever loved (by which I mean everyone :)). Inspirational thinker Brené Brown considers why we blame others, how it sabotages our relationships, and why we desperately need to move beyond this toxic behavior. Watch the Video Brené Brown studies human connection
Here are beautiful vows, by Andy Charrington, that speak to our longing, our need for loving touch. If I ever marry again, I’d want my vows to be something like this. I promise that I will always try to see you. That even when our bodies bend and our hands wrinkle, I will still see
Here’s an article about John and Julie Gottman and their attempt to actually mine data to learn how to make long-term relationship grow and thrive.
Brentan Schellenbach, posted by elephantjournal.com, “For me, sharing sex with someone requires a certain alignment, and I do not take that lightly. My sex requires that I can possibly foresee living with a person and combining all my stuff with all of their stuff (and I mean physical, emotional, cognitive and spiritual stuff—the stuff that just feels heavy if it’s not the right
Here’s a great reminder that there are so many flavors of love, and so much to appreciate 10 Beautiful Words About Love That Don’t Exist in English.
As I watched this video my heart filled with compassion and my eyes filled with tears. Hannah Brencher writes love letters to strangers. And the strangers write back to her. And this simple act of love transforms lives. When was the last time you put pen to paper and wrote an actual letter? Not a
One way that my lover and I keep our love alive is through our conversations. We talk about everything. We talk about the weather, current events, books we’re reading, friends we have in common, friends our partner hasn’t met or doesn’t know well, the kids, work, everything. We talk about things we’re afraid to talk
Sometimes the way we know our heart is working… is that it breaks. (Chas August) The heart breaks, because it is opening.” (Jon Bernie) Every love grows your heart and every heartbreak shows you how much. (Brian Bugh) “Hearts can break. Yes, hearts can break. Sometimes I think it would be better if we died