Is it cheating to watch porn while you’re in a relationship? I’m sure you have an immediate, decisive answer to that question. And someone else has an equally immediate, equally decisive answer that is the…
If you want to be in a relationship that doesn’t quite fit the monogamy mold, you’ve probably come across both the ideas of both “open relationship” and “polyamory” … what’s the difference between them and…
I’ve heard A LOT of misconceptions about open relationships. Here are some of the most common (and most frustrating).
Whether you want to open your relationship, are asking “Should I be in an open relationship?”, are dating someone in an open relationship or love someone who is… debunknig these myths will help you understand open and polyamorous relationships better (and maybe even consider if one might be right for you)
Journaling has been HUGE for me in finding, maintaining, and growing healthy relationships. Here’s the how and why of how it’s helpful, and how you can get started in using journaling to improve your relationsip.
When you’re in a relationship, you get all sorts of messages about how you’re “supposed” to feel. But the truth is, we don’t always feel the way we’re “supposed” to feel. And that’s ok.
I explore and unpack a few relationship messages you might have heard, how those differ slightly depending on your relationship structure, and what to do if how you’re feeling runs against the grain.
Figuring out how to cope with uncomfortable feelings in a healthy and productive way has taken me yearrrrs to figure out (and it’s still an imperfect practice).
Here are 7 of my go-to practices to help with that process
When you ask someone how they’re doing, more often than not you get some variation of “good,” “ok,” or “not so good” (aka bad). We’ve collapsed the whole range of human experience to “good,” “indifferent,” and “bad.” But is that helpful?
When you want to do something and you have a feeling your partner isn’t going to be too thrilled about it, how do you act?