Category Archives: Relationships and Love

XOXO Sad Love Songs

How can I be sitting somewhere and listen to a theme song from a movie and just feel the sadness oozing out of it? Is it because I have seen the movie? Is it because I attach the situation immediately … Continue reading

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How Intimate Can You Be?

We all dream of finding the ‘one’ who we can share our deepest feelings with; connect on a emotional, spiritual, and physical level; and thrive in each other’s company. But how intimate can we really be? How deep can two … Continue reading

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Love in Your Own Backyard

Being off Online Dating has its merits. Being off Online Dating also has its minuses. Let’s start with intention: You know that when you contact a person (or being contacted) that there is some sort of romantic intention in the … Continue reading

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A Poem for Lost & Found Love

To my good friend Bill Shanahan and his new wife Eileen , who love wandering the back roads of life. May you always enjoy the adventure together! Wanderers in a Foreign Land I was a wanderer in a foreign land. Looking for … Continue reading

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Restoring Your Heart After Heartbreak

I can come across confident, strong and in control, even after heartbreak. But ask any of my close friends and they will tell you otherwise. I had been dating a man, who wasn’t all in. We broke it off, then … Continue reading

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A Thank You to All The Loves I’ve Known

Day Two of My blog regarding Ditching Online Dating in Finding Real Love When you start a project: be it clean out a closet, paint a room, or build a treehouse, you have to clear the space or create space … Continue reading

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Ditching Dating in Favor of Finding Real Love

The beauty of the world which is soon to perish, has two edges, one of laughter, one of anguish, cutting the heart asunder- Virginia Wolf, A Room of One’s Own Virigina Wolf is speaking about Autumn, about how it sits … Continue reading

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