Many people are choosing not to love. But they shouldn’t, and you shouldn’t forget that all your past experiences happen not to erase love and intimacy from your life, but for you to grow in love.
“Erotic intelligence stretches far beyond a repertoire of sexual techniques. It is an intelligence that celebrates curiosity and play, the power of imagination, and our infinite fascination with what is hidden and mysterious.”
“When we want to experience real love, we have to have tools in our hands to help us to overcome the hardships of daily life. It’s easy to disconnect from the ones we love and call it quits when there is so much to explore and learn. Falling out of love is a real feeling but also means a new opportunity to discover who we are and our partners are. It is also one opportunity for both parties to see where they failed, and understand that our inner children need to be healed.”
“Compulsive use of dating apps can change your focus to short-term hookups instead of developing long-term relationships. And this behavior has a direct correlation with dopamine and other hormones. People now are seeking fast validation and fast love creating poor connections.”
“Phubbing is a dopamine slot machine that keeps you away from real relationships.
Phubbing is the act of snubbing people in favor of a phone, is a disrespectful, harmful, and a habit that can ruin relationships.”
Sexting provides couples the safety environment where they have a chance to go wild. Can work as an anticipation of the sexual act itself. The more you are comfortable with your sexuality or being vocal about it, the more you feel appealed to tease your partner with a good sexting during the day.
Words have the ability to change life and materialize whatever we want. With words we can share with others our deep states of soul/mind. That’s the reason why we love so much literature and music. Words make we dream, and live one whole story like we were the characters.
“Never allow someone to be your priority while allowing yourself to be their option” – Mark Twain