Qualities of a Sexy Woman

“Everyone wants to be sexy.” — Brad Goreski There was a time when all it took for me to feel sexy was hearing Prince singing Erotic City. These days? I need killer eye contact with a man who smells like a summer storm and who can make me laugh until my panties slide south. Nothing is sexier than a … Continue reading Qualities of a Sexy Woman

The Healing Gifts of Deep Sexual Union

It’s time we began to figure it out. When we think of a powerfully embodied human, certain characteristics immediately come to mind. To be powerfully embodied is to have a deep understanding of who you are and how your actions affect others. It’s the ability to manage your emotions and act from your authentic heart-center; it’s … Continue reading The Healing Gifts of Deep Sexual Union

Love or Fear — You Get to Choose Every Time

When I was fifteen years old, one of my friends decided to hate me. I had known her since Kindergarten and we had been close. I’d spent so much time at her house that her family was an extension of my own. Including her pudgy Golden Retriever, Candy-girl, who shared a mutual adoration with me. … Continue reading Love or Fear — You Get to Choose Every Time

Death Lessons: Overcoming the Fear of Death

The only certainty we face is death. Sounds a bit morbid and frightening, but it doesn’t need to be. Let me explain. Death is the ultimate reminder of our mortality. It’s inevitable and mysterious territory, and sometimes, it can strike without warning. We can never really be sure when death will claim us or a … Continue reading Death Lessons: Overcoming the Fear of Death

Life. Death. Love & Connection

“I am covered in skin. No one gets to come in. Pull me out from inside. I am folded and unfolded and unfolding.” - Lyrics from Colorblind by The Counting Crows. We are over-complicators existing beneath self-created blinders. The world keeps turning. Time slips by as we leave our prints upon the days and nights of yesterday. … Continue reading Life. Death. Love & Connection

Love Doesn’t Always Mean Monogamy

And it's not as bad as you think. Think back to your first relationship. Could you have been completely satisfied with remaining with that person forevermore? Could you have faced a lifetime of learning and growing from that first love? What about your second lover … third? While some of us are destined to discover … Continue reading Love Doesn’t Always Mean Monogamy