Do you or your spouse suffer from depression? Do you have any tips for getting through it together? How To Help Your Spouse Through Depression
Hey there folks! 🙂
This is another video collaboration with the Relationship Blogger, Raymond Baxtor. I’ve really enjoyed doing this video series with him and I expect we may do more in the future. If you have a question that you’d like one of us to answer, please leave me a comment in my comment’s section and I will do my best to get a response made. We really appreciate all the positive feedback and support we’ve received while doing this series.
This question for this video was: “I’ve heard that personality trumps over physical attractiveness with women – does physical attractiveness not matter too much?”
This was a question I was asked by Raymond Baxter, the Relationship Blogger. I did a video response as part of a 4 part series on sex and relationships.
Have you noticed things from your childhood impacting your marriage? If you are single, do you avoid commitment in relationships because you don’t want to have a marriage like your parent’s had? Why You Should Evaluate Your Childhood, For The Sake Of Your Marriage
One of my blogging friends, Kitten, asked me if I would join her in a March blogging challenge on writing on the topic of femininity. This challenge is for every day of March, and I won’t be able to fulfill that, but I may do one or two posts during the month.
For my part, I’d like to talk about femininity and feminism, or really, how feminism tried to steal my femininity. As many people know, I am an avid critic of the modern feminism movement and some of the concepts it represents. This quote accurately sums up my thoughts on it:
I think there is a fundamental misunderstanding that lies at the root of feminism. This has impacted women of all ages, but I think it has especially impacted these young girls. This sense that freedom is the ability to do whatever I want, whenever I want, and that the earlier I can experience this total freedom, the better. But we know that freedom is the ability to do what you ought to do, to do the good, to choose the good. – Colleen Carroll Campbell
I love this quote because it points out something that is glaringly obvious to me about the feminist movement: Freedom can be paradoxical in that, the more choices you have, the more responsibility you have to make the right choices. When you have “total” freedom, people will expect you to use it in the way they see fit and often make it a moral issues if you don’t.Continue Reading
My latest for Anne Cohen on calling it quits in friendships: How To End Friendships You Know Are Holding You Back
My latest for Anne Cohen! Why Your Partner Should Be Your Best Friend
Question #2: What would you define as cheating? And is that all women? Or just you?
This video is part of a collaboration series with Raymond the Relationship Blogger. We are hoping to do a video every week answering each other’s questions on sex to promote a healthy understanding of sex and sexuality and to show the differences in how we think about these topics.