Nothing else seems to have quite the same destructive potential as the dreaded ‘V’ word.
It’s the equivalent of a tactical nuke when deployed in a relationship. Just the threat of it can be enough to curb unwanted or undesirable actions and behaviour. But here lies the problem, launching this relationship weapon often blows everything apart. That’s the nature of going nuclear.
So maybe, and this is just a possible suggestion…(so please don’t getting to annoyed about it) we should ban the veto and replace it with something else. Let’s all wave a final goodbye to the V word, no one should really feel the need for veto power if they are safe and secure about their own place in the world and relationships.
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It’s always good to hear about other people past experiences and personal journeys of discovery.
I came across the following little gem of a blog post while checking a new follower site out, I should add that I was not disappointed.
Continue reading “73. Pube Shaving Party”
Learning to love is something you can’t really be taught, but you can learn and it starts with loving yourself.
I’ve written about this a few time and perhaps struggled to get the point across. That’s why I’ve decided to share the following post.
I’m not suggesting this approach is for everyone, but as a vehicle for learning self worth it has definitely worked for this person.
“I’m an exhibitionist. I post a lot of photographs and selfies on Fet because I love the attention, the appreciation and the validation it provides.”
Continue reading “I’ve never been one of the ‘pretty girls’”
I’ve been doing a lot of thinking over the course of this weekend and it all sits around three simple questions.
- What do I want?
- What do I need?
- What do I desire?
These three little questions are probably the most important ones that I ask myself repeatedly on a regular basis.
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This week has been a bit tough, but I finally got something off my chest and it went pretty well, I finally told my mother that I’m poly.
I’m not really sure how I expected it to play out, but it felt good to finally come clean and explain how I feel and why.
As the saying goes “The truth will set you free”.
I only wish that I’d had the courage to do it before, but there never seemed like a good time, perhaps there never is if it’s not done right at the beginning.
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Please stand-by, normal services will be resumed as soon as we’ve worked out what’s normal anyway.
Having a very busy and somewhat hectic time at the moment, so really not in the mood or finding the time to write which is frustrating.