Anyone can end up in an unhealthy relationship at any time regardless of how smart, beautiful, or confident they are. Abusers are experienced in psychological warfare and are master manipulators who will try to exert power and control over you either physically, sexually, or emotionally. Here are five subtle signs to watch out for that may be a sign of an unhealthy relationship.Read More
If you are thinking about getting pregnant, here are five lifestyle factors that you can modify to create the best possible environment to conceive. As a bonus, your overall health and wellbeing should improve so you can live a healthier life.Read More
Girls trips are healing. They are joy. They are laughter in the toughest of times. They are comfort and assurance in the midst of uncertainty. And they are a necessary form of self-care, because sometimes life gets too hectic and murky, and every now and then you need time with your girlfriends to slow down and just be.Read More
When we are healing, we outgrow many people, things, and beliefs in that process. With family, it’s not always so easy. We don’t want to leave them behind and sometimes we can’t, so what do you do?Read More
Whether you’ve dealt with your issues 5 years or 2 years ago, it can still come up and cause problems for you now. Always be open to staying true to your new practices, be open to revisiting an issue and learning new ways to be. Growth should be never ending.Read More
You’re the life of the party, but you still feel alone. You’re the successful friend; the one everyone considers stable; the one who has her life together, so you can’t show signs of weakness. So instead you try to ignore it. If you’re reading this and can relate to it, you may have a case of what I call faking normal.Read More
When we focus on the whole being, we reduce the risks of serious injuries and illnesses and increase our quality of life. Wellness is a constant process of awareness to allow us to make better choices to living a healthier and more fulfilling life.Read More
Before you jump into an uncomplicated, no-strings-attached “hook up”; be sure you know a little somethin’ about bae’s history with sexually transmitted diseases (STD).
Instead of putting the onus on the individual who might need help, I’d encourage us to rethink how we can encourage and be supportive to someone who might need it. Here are some suggestions to consider.