Why Emotional Vulnerability is a Sign of Strength

Why Emotional Vulnerability is a Sign of Strength

What have you been taught about emotions?

For many, talking about feelings, or being emotional, can be as taboo as expressing our thoughts on religion or politics. Some would say it is best to not to talk about them because doing this could make people feel uncomfortable. Best not to put people off by talking about what is going on inside of us.

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Posted by Christopher Jackson in general mental health therapy, 2 comments
How to Improve Intimacy in Your Relationship

How to Improve Intimacy in Your Relationship

You know how the story goes: you meet someone, you have butterflies in your stomach, you fall in love, and the passion and chemistry is undeniable. As time goes on, your bond grows deeper and stronger, but as you become more comfortable with each other, the romance and passion die down and your relationship turns more into a friendship. The lust and intimacy fizzles. Even though you love your partner, you miss the romance and passion. How do you rekindle that spark? Is it even possible to have comfort, trust, and romance? 

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Posted by Jacqueline Jackson in relationships, 4 comments