Love Does Not Hurt - the Thought of Being Vulnerable Does

Love Does Not Hurt - the Thought of Being Vulnerable Does

Post-breakup — in any relationship, we find ourselves sitting in the corner of our world, devastated, hurt, and crying our minds out.  The reason for that repeated emotional outburst or, in other words, melt-downs is not per se questioning the love we have/had for the person. But we are evaluating our vulnerability in the presence of that [...]

A Few Healthy Benefits of Complaining

A Few Healthy Benefits of Complaining

Complaining is a trait often labeled as unfavorable, whining, and hard to tolerate over time. However, complaining can be a healthy way to distress oneself when performed in the right way. Needless to say, how a person complains and their follow-up actions can speak zillions regarding his or her personality. However, it is not so [...]

3 Ways to Understand Intimacy

3 Ways to Understand Intimacy

Intimacy — as Esther Perel defines it “into-me-see” — is an exciting concept. The concept of intimacy is very personal and like any other possessions, we all define intimacy through our own fantasies and ideas. Some define it as physical touch and sexual pleasure; some describe it as mind match and understanding. For some, it is just the presence [...]

Most Sensitive Ones Can Be Emotionally Strong

Most Sensitive Ones Can Be Emotionally Strong

I come across to be in the borderline of being sensitive as well as bold. However, I know I am emotionally matured. Yes, I am emotionally stable in most of the circumstances — especially where you need understanding blended with much of your maturity to execute a constructive outcome. However, there are certain times I end up [...]