"I love you, Not only for what you are, But for what I am When I am with you." Roy Croft's incredibly beautiful and profound poem goes on to describe one of the most loving and honest ways of relating that one can imagine. Love in itself requires no particular guidelines or conditions to exist. … Continue reading Who Do You Become In Your Closest Relationships?
They say misery loves company. Which is probably true. Whenever you want to share your sadness, the frustration at your job, the differences with your partner, or the lack of one, or crib about the state of the world, it is not difficult to find company. The pain, the drama - it all triggers the … Continue reading Being Together