Starting With Your Passion It was love at first sight! My eyes were glued, my heart skipped several beats as my fingers explored the seeming wonders. “You’re just too good to be true, can’t take my eyes off of you… .” And for sure I did not for the 25+ years since. It has been my longest, dearest, most enriching and fulfilling relationship. Every update, upgrade and new possibilities we have explored together. Funny enough, I have never given my long-term mate a name. Strange? Yet, our relationship has and
Direction And Stability “The way I am running is not aimlessly; the way I am aiming my blows is so as not to be striking the air.” Setting relationship goals shows direction and stability. They create a sense of security and certainty. Have you differentiated goals within your relationship? These relationship goals do not necessarily include material possessions but uncomplicated ways that will increase the longevity of your union and love for each other. Six Relationship Goals For You Focus on being a better person Prior to setting any other
Because I Stay Since the beginning of March, we have turned our attention to intimate relationships. We examined various aspects of how you are in relationships, what could help improve your intimate relationships and asking yourself whether you are in fact in a spiritual partnership. Reviewing all these posts to come to a conclusion as we approach the end of the month, I wondered whether anyone thought we might have suggested you behave as if you are stupid? That is putting it bluntly. That is the furthest thing from our
Every One Before we even arrived in Edmonton and unpacked our bags, my heartbeat was already attuned to the culture of the Aboriginal people of this country. I soon began my search for more information about their spirituality, leafing through the tourist brochures that my partner brought home. While the primary purpose for these was for planning trips to places of interest that we could get to by bus, I looked for places where I could experience Aboriginal spirituality. The pressures of finding employment and keeping on top of the
To Your Advantage Vulnerable in love. Good, bad, somewhere between? “The strongest love is the love that can demonstrate its fragility,” says Paulo Coelho. Are you ‘exposed’ in your intimacy? How does that make you feel whether you are or are not? Is it really exposure, weakness or you are feeling vulnerable? That was the conversation this week – How to be strong in your vulnerability. Leaning heavily on the work of Brené Brown, we began Weekday Wisdom© with the following affirmation: “I love my partner and I am vulnerable.
In Pakistan Today I am touching on a subject that is taboo in my society. It may be somewhat strange for many since it is very different from what western women are accustomed to. Physical intimacy between Pakistani couples especially on the woman’s part. Before I go any further, you need to have a little understanding about how an average Pakistani woman is raised when it comes intimacy. The concept of physical intimacy is one that is entirely untouched not just for young women but also for men in our
The Perfect Ones There are always “storms” in life. “It’s the way the world works. Snowstorms, rainstorms, windstorms, sandstorms, and firestorms. Some are fierce and others are small. You have to deal with each one separately, but you need to keep an eye on whats brewing for tomorrow.” Maria V. Snyder “It takes a real storm in the average person’s life to make him realize how much worrying he has done over the squalls.” Bruce Barton These are a couple of my favourite quotes about storms. There is also a
The “V” Word Have you ever noticed that until you buy say a particular type of car, you were almost completely unaware of the number of them already on the road? All of a sudden, every other car on the highway is a M-series BMW (yes, that was my dream car). Well the same thing was happening to me with a particular word just over a decade ago. I was in conversation with someone and she mentioned her fears around intimacy. We discussed this and her concern had to do