When did the words "I Love You" become as common an expression and as insignificant as "See you," or "Talk to you later?"
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Where there is fear, there is a mentality of lack, an impoverishment of mind, body and Spirit breeding disconnection, isolation and aggression. But, where there is Love, there is Life.
Sara Nasserzadeh, a psychosexual therapist, dissects the terminology of that age-old mystery: love.
I can't think of any two more complementary forces for love than the capacity for vulnerability and the experience of confidence.
The aggressive attributes I've adopted to succeed in my professional sphere often exhaust me or backfire in the dating sphere.
I wish I had learned a long time ago that relationships are not static or certain, or defined by the basic juxtaposition of two individuals. It's not just about what you bring to the table. It's the table.
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