Sex after trauma

This time I’m just passing forward something I saw earlier. I hope it comes handy to some of you too. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Unapologetically Surviving (@unapologeticallysurviving) I wrote a a little something about this a while ago. It’s here if you’ve missed it: Can you enjoy having sex after … Read more

The story about how I’ve finally met the one

It took me many years to find the one I’ve been searching for all these years. And it’s not who I imagined it to be. I’m not talking about a prince on a white horse, nor am I talking about a man or even another person. I’ve fell in love with myself. Damn, how narcissistic … Read more

Reblog: Good love is “boring”

Bad love is erratic I just finished reading Samantha Irby’s “We Are Never Meeting In Real Life” (recommended, obvs), and in it she talks about her relationship by saying, “I’m in love and it’s boring.” Right on, sister. Too often, we think love is supposed to be manic People celebrate “losing themselves,” and “falling” for … Read more

Reblog: Let’s Rethink Our Participation in Dating Apps: Tinder Investigation.

“In times past, men and women tended to meet at work, through mutual friends, or at social venues such as church or sports clubs. In other words, their relationship was rooted in a pre-existing social ecology where others could generally be trusted. This could inhibit contemptible dating behavior as wrongdoers faced opprobrium from the pre-existing … Read more

A letter to my special someone

Writing can be very therapeutic. It makes you release the thoughts that would otherwise stay in your head, where they’d cause nothing but trouble. This will be one of these writings. It’s a very personal thing, but I’m going to share it with you. To maybe encourage somebody else to do the same, because it … Read more

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