The Problem With Arousal

We tend to see arousal in a relationship as a positive attribute. We correlate it with the abdominal butterflies of the early dates and the heady rush of the first kiss. We enjoy the tunnel vision of young love and the electric nerve endings primed with anticipation. Untold books are written about difficulties with aContinue reading “The Problem With Arousal”

Love Is Only Blind When Your Head Is In the Sand

Do you ever look back at a former relationship and wonder what you saw in your one-time flame? Or do you ever question a friend or family member’s choice in partners? It’s easy when you’re outside of a relationship to view the bigger picture, the distance providing perspective while damping emotions. But when you’re inContinue reading “Love Is Only Blind When Your Head Is In the Sand”