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Posts Tagged ‘Relationships’

Advice and tips to work through leaving a toxic relationship. Pain. Anger. Disappointment. All are valid feelings when someone goes through a breakup. But this isn’t any breakup. This is a breakup after being in a relationship that wasn’t the healthiest one. So, after leaving a “toxic” relationship, where does one...

A short story, personal anecdote, and a little two cents on how we portray love. “You have never surprised me!” Olivia said. “Never! C’mon, I got you a bedspread on your birthday from Walmart. Even you were there. You forget and then blame me!” Ben said. “Exactly my point, I was there. How can it be a...

Let’s get something out the way before we delve further into this discussion. Virginity is a social construct made up to further curve women from having sex. It is common belief when you have sex for the first time, it is “supposed” to hurt, because you break your hymen for the first. That’s not how it works....

The new year brings in a lot of new things. New routines, new classes, new professors, maybe even new friends. Maybe you’ve found your new favorite coffee shop in Houston, or bought a subscription to a new gym. One thing’s remained the same though, you’re here, and they’re there. You could be 100, 1000 or 10000 miles...

When it comes to sex, it doesn’t always go down like it does in the movies. Let’s face it — sometimes sex can be awkward, unsatisfying or plain out no fun at all. And of course sex can be an experience better than any cinematic portrayal is capable of.  For some the best sex is hookup sex and for others it’s with his...

The concept of marriage in the 21st century has been deconstructed, revolutionized and revamped for society to assemble their own ideas of what a marriage should be. Initially, my idea of what people marry for was one-sided and horizontal when in fact this topic is more multifaceted than that. When examining the idea...

If you’re taking relationship advice from a magazine, you’ve already made the wrong choice. What most consumer media won’t tell you is that their full-proof plan to get you married by the age of 25 is nothing more than advice that you will never get the opportunity to use because you aren’t a character from a 90s...