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Happiness: A Moving Target

Happiness: A Moving Target Humans are constantly looking for happiness. Whether it’s off in some far away place or getting the latest handbag, it’s always something elusive or far fetched. What if we were all wrong? What if it’s not things or people or places, but a feeling that isn’t supposed to last forever? I… Read More Happiness: A Moving Target

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Date Night Ideas

“What do you want to do?” my partner asked me one Saturday morning. It was the first weekend we had together after a few months of being a part and being busy when we were together. You’d think we’d have a long list of things we wanted to do together. Things we wanted to see… Read More Date Night Ideas

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How to Find A Therapist

Looking for a therapist? Here’s a quick video about a few things to keep in mind.… Read More How to Find A Therapist

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You Are Worthy of Love

You are worthy of love. No matter what and no matter who says so otherwise. Remember a healthy relationship is a partnership that values love, respect, and equality. Relationships that are not healthy are based on power and control, not equality and respect as they should. Those are abusive relationships that suck the fun out of being… Read More You Are Worthy of Love

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I visited a Sex Shop (and it’s totally not weird)

Submitted Anonymously I parked my car in front of Galaxy Trading of Woodstock – a subsidiary of Starship Enterprises, one of the leading adult retailers in Georgia. It was just after 11am and I was surprised to see several other cars in the parking lot. I thought sex stores were only for people who stayed… Read More I visited a Sex Shop (and it’s totally not weird)

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Relationship Changes: What’s Normal and What’s Not

Relationships are hard work, but they don’t have to be. Normalizing changes can we a good thing, in and out of the relationship.… Read More Relationship Changes: What’s Normal and What’s Not