The New York Times Modern Love column is one of my favs. It offers a range of fascinating, nuanced stories of regular folks' journeys falling in and out of love. Stories that are messy, complicated, heartfelt, and emotional - much like dating itself. And one of the most popular essays ever published . . .
You know that euphoric feeling that comes with falling in love? We crave it - the rush of emotion, the excitement at getting to know someone new - staying in bed all weekend because you can't get enough of each other. Much like riding a roller coaster, we like the adrenaline rush! There's nothing . . .
Happiness is that elusive thing we all desire. We spend a lot of time and energy looking for it - in a job, in a partner, in a new house, a new neighborhood, a new group of friends. But then, after a few weeks of bliss, our happiness fades. And we search again. It often remains out of . . .
I just finished watching the HBO show Big Little Lies (based on Liane Moriarty's best-selling book). And first, let me just say, it brings up a lot of relationship issues that we try to avoid. The story, driven by a murder (we don't know who was murdered or who murdered him through most of the . . .
Feminism is still considered a dirty word. It conjures images of women burning bras, disparaging men, and God forbid, climbing the career ladder and being "aggressive" in the workplace. But these images aren't reflective of feminism today. It's more friendly and inclusive. It's all about equality . . .
I'm so excited to reveal my new website, with a brand new look and a refreshed focus! I'm still talking about dating and love, but in 2017 I want to focus on personal health and happiness - now more than ever. I think wellness covers a LOT of subjects, including mental and physical health. So . . .