Romantic Relationships

The need for human connection remains our most innate desire. We engage in romantic relationships when we become intimately involved with another person on an emotional (and frequently sexual) level. While the time together can be deeply fulfilling with mutual attraction, shared dedication, and unmistakable affection, there are countless expectations, assumptions, and misunderstandings that must be examined and clarified to maintain a healthy and deepening relationship.

The Play of Sexual Polarity and Its Effects on Relationship Choices

Have you ever noticed either in your own or in your friends’ relationships, you can tell when there is a spark of sexual attraction or when there is more of a ‘friend energy’ than that of lovers? This ‘friend energy’ primarily occurs when two people have a lot in common but do not have a s...

Love Can Be Fierce

When you first start to grow spiritually, you seek balance and wholeness. So one of your initial motivations is to balance your inner masculine and feminine. —David Deida

Does a More Equal Marriage Mean Less Sex?

The very qualities that lead to greater emotional satisfaction in peer marriages, as one sociologist calls them, may be having an unexpectedly negative impact on these couples’ sex lives.

Wholeness in Relationships: Expressing Both Masculine and Feminine Energies

We all instinctively understand the basic functions of feminine and masculine energies, but we may not realize that they both exist in each person. More often we tend to associate male and female energies with their respective body types.

Auburndale Native Pens Advice Book on Relationships, Abuse

Tony Gaskins Jr. had relationships with more than one woman at a time. He’s had relationships with women just to make his girlfriend feel bad. He’s had relationships with white women.


Relationship Challenges