Questions are good. Curiosity and inquiring minds are the foundation of the world but after a date, should you be left with more questions than answers?Read More Do you have the answer?
How much do you really need to be able to communicate in a relationship? When you’re from incredibly different backgrounds AND there’s a language barrier, should we just accept that communication is going to be difficult, and maybe this isn’t going to be one of those deep and meaningful relationships?Read More You, Me & Translator Makes Three
Are walls a good thing? Should we be erecting them? No, not the Mexican border kind ordered by an over-tanned, over-inflated world leader. But the kind that protect ourselves, protect our hearts?Read More Should We Build Walls?
The end of a year or a significant milestone in time can be a great time for self reflection and a reset. But how do we know we’re truly assessing from an objective point of view and not just following a narrative that has already been constructed and we’re obliviously following?Read More To Me, From Me
How do you ignore your gut? Should you even try? Or should you just always go with it? Even when you want it to be wrong?Read More OVER & OUT – PART 4 OF 4
If there’s one rule I try to live by in life, and dating, it’s “always say yes to a boat”.Read More Always Say Yes To A Boat
I like to think I make good decisions. Ok, well I like to think I make decisions. But do you ever question your decision making ability? And wonder what the hell you were thinking when you decided on something?Read More Jesus Take The Wheel
I love when I read something that resonates so much that it feels like it was written for me, or to me, or I wish it was written by me. There’s a few versions of this poem around online, and I’m not entirely sure yet which is the definitive one, but this is the very first version of it I ever read, and I loved it then and I love it now.Read More I Have Learned
At what point in matching with someone on a dating app do you give up your right to say no? At what point when you’re chatting with someone over text do you give up your right to say no? At what point after you’ve met up with someone in real life do you give up your right to say no?Read More The Power of No
I never thought going back would be easy, but I could never have imagined how much it would tax me. To live everyday second guessing what your partner is telling you, trying to determine if they’re lying, looking for telltale signs of the behaviour repeating itself.Read More Please Remove The Bullet – Part 2 of 2