A story of infidelity and the roles each individual involved play in it. Although sometimes it’s hard to admit, all three parties involved play a role. Most will find, like in Kristjana case, it starts off small, starts with outside validation, such as “you look really beautiful today.”
We find ourselves looking for outside sources, other than our relationship to fill up our cup. We don’t even realize the road we’re on until it’s too late.
As time goes on relationships build and feelings grow stronger.
Tune into the podcast to see how what starts off small eventually crosses the line.
In this episode, we talk with our special guest, who is a Data Engineer, Entrepreneur, Educator, Host of Nahledge & Pettiness Podcast, Diamond Sade. Taking a break from the demands of being a Girl Boss, Diamond sits with Sherley to talk about the importance of communication when it comes to sex in a relationship, boundaries, and sexual compatibility. What does a healthy sexual relationship look like? Are you thinking about pleasing your partner and understanding their needs? Diamond and Sherley dive in headfirst for a candid conversation on all things sex in the latest episode.
In this episode, we talk with our special guest, Owner of Courageous Creativity, Anung Vilay. Anung tells us her journey that led her to writing and creating her own business. We also discuss Anung’s passion for helping people expand what they see is possible by making it possible. Are there hobbies and opportunities that you’ve always wanted to do and never have? Do you need guidance with taking responsibility, organization, managing stress, and changing your mindset to enjoy your life? Listen to this episode as Anung emphasizes the importance of mental health, discipline, and how to run for your dreams.
Autumn is such a great time to reflect on the year so far and remind yourself to stay on track as you let bad habits fall away and prepare to get cozy before your new year glow up resolutions. Why wait until then when you can get a head start now? On not just you but your home too. Here’s a rundown of what’s on my radar to make sure me and my surroundings are at my best.
I have often casually asked people what they wanted from life. In most cases, I got the reply: happiness. Come to think about it, isn’t it sad that so many people want to be happy because you want something that is essentially missing from life. Maybe I am overthinking, maybe they were not thinking about their answer from that point, but the fact remains—all of us could do better with more happiness.