On this week’s Feature Friday we are showcasing a REAL-ationship that knows this battle well. Today we have another guest author sharing her story with mental illness and relationships. It’s our pleasure to introduce Tahnee Rae and share her story.
As millennials, the world has never been more at our feet. And this applies to relationsh–swipe right. In the ever growing age of technology and social media it’s easy to look at someone’s relationship highlight reel (Oops, we mean Facebook page) and think that your long-term relationship pales in comparison. Or to peek at someone’s perfectly romantic Instagram grid… View Post
Health is a priority for many of us, and exercise is a huge piece of that puzzle. Today on the Blog, we have Certified Personal Trainer and CEO of Lovell Fit, Britt Lovell, sharing her insight on exercise and relationships.
I don’t know about you, but being angry is so much easier then being hurt (am I right?!). It’s so much easier to fight, to be right, then it is to apologize and compromise. This quote found us the other day and couldn’t be more accurate. We’d like to think that we’re really starting to nail the “apologizing and removing ego thing”, but let us tell you, it wasn’t always that way.
From divorce and long-distance to a transgender journey and life on the west coast, these two have a plethora of intriguing and insightful lessons to share with us.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and what a better way to celebrate with your special someone than with a hand made gift. There’s no need to go out and spend buttloads of money on each other when really, the best gifts don’t come with a price tag. Here’s our top 5 DIY Gifts for Valentine’s Day,… View Post
So today it’s just me, Taylor, sharing what I’ve started to find common amongst my fellow females. Some call it resentment, stress, blame, or even, Angry-Wife-Syndrome. I prefer to call it Volcanic Women. (It’s got a nice ring to it, hey?)
According to Statistics Canada, most mixed unions are more likely to be young, highly educated, higher median income, and live in major census metropolis areas.
Our relationship is one that’s been touched by mental illness. Between the two of us there’s an on-again-off-again relationship with depression and some flirtation with anxiety.