ALMOST RELATIONSHIPS: WHAT THEY MEAN & HOW TO LET GO

As I write this post, I’m on my couch and it’s currently 1999. I’ve got Brandy’s, Almost Doesn’t Count playing throughout my house, I’m wearing my old Abercrombie sweatpants and an ex boyfriend’s old high school sweatshirt that I found in my closet. All that’s missing is a Capri Sun instead of my mint tea. I wanted to write … Continue Reading

LONG DISTANCE RELATIONSHIPS: WHY MOST OF MY RELATIONSHIPS HAVE BEEN LONG DISTANCE

Long distance relationships are hard, but they’re also exhilarating, passionate and are an integral part of a fairy tale that we’re convinced, HAS TO be right around the corner. All of the greatest love stories, movies, books and poems involve distance at some point. And it’s always in that distance that emotional wrongs are righted and necessary realizations … Continue Reading

WHY DO I MISS HIM? THE ONE THING YOU NEED TO KNOW

“Why do I miss him?” is something that I’ve continued to ask myself WAY after relationsh*ts have ended and breakups ensued. I’d even find myself wondering “why do I miss him (??!)” when I’d be on a date – sitting across from a totally nice guy in a beautiful restaurant; my mind thousands of miles … Continue Reading

MAKING AN EMOTIONAL INVESTMENT: WHEN TO INVEST & WHEN TO FOLD

Emotional investment seems like the most no-brainer, autopilot investment because it comes from the heart. If we aren’t self aware, we buy into the bullsh*t that “what our heart wants,” is in no way convoluted by our negative belief system, childhood, un-dealt-with trauma, insecurities, triggers and fears. So what do we do? Approve the investment and go … Continue Reading

MIXED SIGNALS IN RELATIONSHIPS: WHY IT HAPPENS & WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Mixed signals are one of the most seemingly complicated, yet completely uncomplicated aspects of relationsh*t territory that you will ever encounter. & they’re completely non-discriminatory when it comes to relationships. Mixed signals can happen in dating, romantic relationships, friendships, professional, and family relationships. The pain that they cause however, is only a prelude to the damage that subscribing to them inflicts. … Continue Reading