How can a supportive marriage help you manage Post Partum Depression? In today’s feature, Shannon’s bravely opening up about her experience with PPD, reaching out and getting help, and how a strong, supportive marriage is a cornerstone in her recovery.
Today on the blog we are thrilled to be giving a platform to share more on the topic of Conscious Relationships. But first, some back story: Among a multitude of other things, Chloe hosts a podcast called Conscious Conversations.
This week on Feature Friday we are diving into the soon-to-be #FutureForsyths, Scott and Carmen. They’re just about to embark on the journey of marriage, all while keeping up an incredible work-life balance. Involved in the Hip Hop Dance community around the globe, these two have ambition and passion in spades, but they keep their feet firmly on the ground.
We know we’re not alone in thinking that our partners can “make” us feel angry, jealous, happy, hurt, frustrated. It usually sounds like: “Ugh. You make me so frustrated.” “That makes me jealous.”
In this week’s Feature Friday we are all about communication. Because really, that’s why we are here on this earth. To connect with others. To be seen, heard and understood. And when that connection is missed due to poor communication road trips, it’s so hard.
If the weight of our satisfaction, joy and dreams rest on the shoulders of our partners, that will crush them. Just the same if they put their emotional fulfillment on ours. (No, thanks!)
On this week’s Feature Friday we are showcasing an uber creative and community-driven, Vancouver couple, Missy and Antho.
To stonewall means to delay or block (a request, process, or person) by refusing to answer questions or by giving evasive replies. Or in lay-mans-terms: shut down, avoid and ignore.
Having been burned by men, time and time again, I resigned myself to become the cool, single, Aunt who would have a great house and lots of super-awesome dogs. I decided to lock my heart up with the cynical belief that love isn’t real.