Where Did My Libido Go?
Romanticism and Modern Day Love
Over time, we may think engaging in sex to keep him faithful is positive, but it’s actually strengthening the neural link in our brain between sex and obligation, and turning us all the way off.
Can We Unshackle Sexuality From Morality?
With so much time invested in raising children and earning money to pay for our aspirations, we neglect one of the most important goals for our time on earth: connection and meaning.
3 Books To Help You Make Love Last
When we stop internally condemning our sexuality, we handle our sensibilities and our predilections with much more generosity and grace. We courageously go to where the longing resides and we stroke it.
How To Love
There’s a powerful tendency in long-term relationships to favour the predictable over the unpredictable. Yet eroticism thrives on the unpredictable. Desire butts heads with habit and repetition. So where does that leave us?
How To Get Your Shit Together and Love Yourself In The Process
That window in time provided a glimpse of the pure love and fearless intimacy we’re all capable of. So when it went down in flames, I mourned not for the lost love, but for the lost me in that love.
Here Let Me Hold That For You
When you’re in the Blissful Burrow and you’ve accumulated belongings and dependencies, it’s normal to be afraid to lose him. But perhaps you’re so afraid of losing him that you’ve alienated yourself?
3 Reasons Why Your Successful Relationship is Ruining Your Sex Life
Sexuality is like a wild brumby, you can reign it in but you can never truly control it. Stifling desire is fraught with danger: given the right conditions, the veil of morality is easily lifted and our most primal instincts take over.
Why You Must Test Your Boundaries To Feel Alive
Comfort has a higher currency than excitement when your everything would come unstuck if it all went pear shaped.
How To Figure Out What You Desire
We navigate our relationships in an effort to establish closeness; an emotional and physical safety. The challenge is, we often negotiate away our personal autonomy when establishing the rules of play. What initially feels like security begins to feel confining. This is the kiss of death for intimacy.
Doing something because we are avoiding an outcome is not the same as doing something because we want to.