I recently had an epiphany that helped me better understand some of the challenges long-term relationships pose and how to take care of yourself when you find yourself in the face of them. It was at a time when I was feeling alone, disconnected and undernourished in many of my primary relationships. It felt bad and I had no idea what to do, what I could do. I started taking a closer look at the state of my relationships and particularly the status of those troubling me the mo
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“We could be friends” is another common misrepresentation that dismisses the sanctity of friendship and connection with prophetic consequences.
Whenever I’ve heard, “We could be friends” said, it was in the context of having feelings towards the other person, you’re too uncomfortable to say, like when you’re on a date and you’re not “feeling it,” you’re not feeling attracted, interested or romantic, and that for whatever reasons, you sugarcoat your communication, by saying
What if making love was making love?!
Making love isn’t what it used to be. It used to be that making love was not making love at all. Making love was code for having sex.
So many times, when I asked people who were out wanting to meet new people and who shared that they had spent the night with someone they just met, “Did you have sex?” They answered affirmatively but corrected my undignified wording, “Yes. We made love.” They preferred to believe or perceive sex as o