As our workshop leader handed each of us a selfie stick, she acknowledged that all of us have body parts we don't like, and that it can be scary to look at ourselves through a camera lens, but that she had found incredible power and sexual energy in taking photographs of the things she did like about her body. This less-than-scientific process of cobbling together relationship theory then creates our belief system of what good relationships look like and what we should expect from our partners.
It's a continual exploration of sensations, eroticism, and love.
Each relationship is a vessel that embodies both security and adventure in a commitment that offers life's greatest luxuries: time.
I am intelligent, well-spoken, passionate and not at all bordering on the ledge of insanity.
Instead of wondering why I was unable to capture a man that wanted me badly enough to secure my reputation , please wonder why on earth such a man doesn't exist for me -- or you.
All of the relationships that don't feed the heart and soul are what Ken calls relationships are deprivation.