Love languages are verbal and non-verbal communications between two people which improve the mental and physical well-being of both parties. Here are some ideas that you can put into action to embrace, celebrate and keep the Romance alive within each of the love languages from Dr. Gary Chapman’s book the 5 love languages.
I got pregnant at 21, which happened in what felt like the hardest time of my life. I was sitting out of college for a semester trying to figure out how I was going to continue to fund my education. Then I found out I was pregnant – by him….
I’ve struggled with friendships, practically my whole life; and as cliché as it sounds, especially with females. As I’ve gotten older I am more open to it, but I feel too old to be trying to make new friends, when most adult women have already established their good girlfriends, and in a “no new friends” time we exist in its almost impossible.
I wish I could tell you I have this whole co-parenting thing down and my family functions as a well oiled machine. But I don’t! Co-parenting has been one of the hardest tasks I’ve had to do, but I am constantly working to do better. Here I am sharing my perspective on how you can too.
I recently did a BC for the third or fourth time. I have totally lost track of how many times I have whacked my hair off. I was right in the middle of a good bout of growth and excited about having BIG HAIR for the summer months. Then out of the blue I cut all of my hair off and no one understood why. Well here is the story behind why I cut my hair. Afterall, It’s just hair right?
Some people say “why would he buy the milk, when he gets the cow for free?”. While I agree, I still want to tell you why you should girlfriend, like a wife.