Explore ways we love best, where we fall short, and how we can learn to love better.
This roundtable explores advice for the bedroom from a human sexuality expert, intimacy coach, clinician and author. Let’s learn to ask for what we want. By Laura Wheatman Hill As much as we’d like to have a psychic, unspoken connection with our partners, when it comes to sex, sometimes we have to let go of…
‘Sunk cost’ love describes repeatedly investing in a dead-end relationship. In this piece, we explore the fear of letting go & come to terms with why it’s ok to do so.
The state of scary obsession with the object of your affection is familiar for many — and it has a name: limerence.
How do you ensure that you don’t misplace your love or alienate that love with ugly behaviors? What can you do to love fully?
Words by Kathleen Wong. Art by Sam Liacos. What should falling in love actually feel like? There is arguably no other idiom in the English language more ubiquitous than “falling in love.” We hear it in songs, television shows (hello, Bachelor Nation), books, movies, and of course, conversations in real life. The exact origin of…
For December, we explore the different fears attached to love as our monthly theme.
Intimacy is “an exercise in being vulnerable and knowing that I’m going to be okay on the other side of it regardless.”