the myth of the “right time”.
Culture

the myth of the “right time”.

It's easy to give into the idea of the 'right time'; self-improvement culture is partly responsible for this.
navigating differences in needs.
Relationships

navigating differences in needs.

Although individuals in a relationship sync up to each other's needs to a certain extent, a lot still remains to negotiate.
an argument for asking the questions.
Relationships

an argument for asking the questions.

Asking the questions about the hard stuff, the deep stuff, is how we connect. It’s how we develop deeper intimacy.
you’re doing enough
Health

you’re doing enough

The pace of modern life can make us feel like we're falling behind. Behind what or whom, no one really knows.
an ode to last times.
Relationships

an ode to last times.

We spend a lot of energy in anticipating the first times, but rarely think of the last ones.
managing mental health on contraception.
Health

managing mental health on contraception.

Using hormonal contraception can be a whirlwind. Here are a few tips to help tackle this challenge.
how thoughts change your feelings & meditation learnings.
Health

how thoughts change your feelings & meditation learnings.

Being deeply aware of thoughts is one of the most challenging of endeavours; and it can be learned and improved.
deepening friendships as an adult.
Culture

deepening friendships as an adult.

Friendships change as we grow up - with life experiences, jobs, relationships. Those leave a mark on what we value.
second order thinking in your relationship.
Relationships

second order thinking in your relationship.

The premise is simple: consider not just the consequences of your actions, but the consequences of those consequences.