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The Advice My Husband Gave Me

You see, sometimes my husband and I give each other these pep-talks. Sprinkle of brutal honesty here, love in the middle, sprinkle of advice and wrap it all up in a bow. Like any other gift, if you choose to use it, amazing. If not – sorry there’s no gift receipt….

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You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink

For as long as I could remember, I have been a healer. The one everyone comes to when they need help, guidance or just someone to listen until they feel better. I try my hardest to be there, primarily knowing how grateful I would feel for someone to be there for me in my time of need and it makes me feel amazing. However, lately, understandably being the empath that I am, I have found that this task has brought on a lot more stress and anxiety than it has comfort from the ones I care about and knowing that they are okay.

Tips for a Healthy Marriage/Relationship in your 20’s

At 26 and 29, my husband and I do not want to admit it, but our 20’s are slipping faster and faster into those “Dirty 30’s” (he’s closer than I am haha!) but it has not been an easy road. We are that couple – the ones that most look at and wonder what the secret is or what we’re hiding and when we say we have known each other since we were fourteen, they imagine that the answer is time – yeahhhhhhhhh, NO. It has not always been an easy road.

Friends. How many of us have them? Friends. Ones we can depend on…

Seriously – the older I get, the more it all starts to make sense. Friendships are not created equal and I cannot even begin to explain the toll that some of the most toxic ones have taken on me in the last few years. I have literally fell ill; physically, mentally and emotionally drained by people I genuinely care about because the title of being a friend made me feel I needed to be there at all costs, even if it meant I would suffer for it. I was completely wrong…