It’s no secret that it feels good to show others kindness. Seeing the bright smile of a loved one when they receive an act of kindness can inspire a warm feeling in our hearts. Participating in acts of kindness is one way that we can spread love to others and also bring happiness to ourselves.
Life feels better when we notice the love that is all around us. When times are tough, love is one of those things that keep us going. These recent times have been difficult and stressful for all of us as a collective as we continue to live through the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s safe to say that love is needed now more than ever in our world.
We are celebrating the “Love Agents” in our lives, in all the ways they show up for us. The truth is that love is all around us, but we often don’t see it – until someone does something unexpectedly kind and mirrors back to us our own loving nature. And it’s the stories of these people that show us the meaning of love by the courageous ways they live.
Maintaining an exciting and healthy sex life while being a busy parent can be tricky to navigate. With a hectic work and family life, sex can stop being a priority. There are many things that you can do with your spouse to decompress and get you both in the mood to be intimate.
Talking to your kids about sex can feel a bit intimidating. There’s a lot to cover, and you may be feeling pressure to do it ‘right.’ However, it’s never too early or too late to start talking to your children about sex, relationships, and their bodies.
Pregnancy can be one of the most exciting and heartwarming yet confusing or even scary times in life. With all the hormonal and physical changes you may be going through during pregnancy, it can be helpful to nurture your relationship with your partner as relationships during pregnancy can be more challenging.
Psychotherapist Rachel Wright (she/her) is recognized as one of the freshest voices on modern relationships and sex. She is an experienced speaker, group facilitator, educator, therapist, coach, and on-camera mental health and relationship expert.