Have you ever went on a first, or any number date, and knew right away that this person was not for you? Did you feel stuck? Are you the type who would feel compelled to stay on the date instead of ending it right away? I’m not! I don’t regret ending it and I don’t feel like my time was wasted. In fact, just this past weekend I had the shortest date of my entire adult life. It lasted all of 10 minutes. I don’t regret ending it and IRead More
Today’s battle of the sexes stems mostly from buyer’s remorse. Fellas, you see a pretty girl online. Her profile pic is tight, the other pics on her profile are too. She seems to be popping in that Facebook group you two are in. Relationship status: single. So you hop in her DM, say something funny. She responds and doesn’t leave you on “read” and you ask her out. She agrees and you both decide to meet her at Top Golf or some other popular spot for singles. She totally seemsRead More
Setting boundaries are a sign of unconditional self love and self respect. When was the last time you took inventory of the people in your life that make you feel depressed and drained? You know the people that are toxic to your mental, spiritual, emotional, and physical health. These people can be your family, friends, or, even co-workers. As women it can be hard to set boundaries because we have been conditioned to be nice, warm, and a team player. However, having boundaries is a practice in self love. NinaRead More
My addiction unapologetically destroyed every aspect of my life – especially my relationships with other people.
The Healing Journey of a Mother-Daughter Relationship When I think back to what it was like when I was addicted to heroin, I think of hearing my phone ding and reading the desperate texts from my mother. She would tell me how much she loved me, express her fear that she will never see me alive again, and assure me that when I was ready to get help – she would be there. I always ignored her messages. Living in Fear Before I got sober, my life was driven byRead More