Tag Archives: love

For the Right to Be Different

Love and freedom encounter another peculiar barrier, which is cultural conditioning. For the record, I’ve been very clear in stating that I don’t believe that external pressure is as strong as most people do; they speak of society and its impositions as if it were a boogeyman straight out of our childhood. Nevertheless, human groups… Read More »

Trust in Each Other is Essential to a Mature Relationship

– Love implies dependence, being vulnerable. So, loving someone we don’t trust is being reckless with ourselves. Very few couples live well together and have a relationship conducive to emotional and intellectual growth. But exactly because some couples do live happily together, we should do our best to be a part of this exclusive club.

The Plenitude of a Romantic Marriage

Theoretically, lastingly romantic marriages should be more common than those based on an exuberant sex life. But it’s not how it goes. It doesn’t mean that sexually satisfying relationships are that frequent, but very few couples get to experience a loving relationship that last decades, one that fills hearts with joy and eyes, with tears… Read More »

On Being Alone…

This new millennium hasn’t just brought technological advances; romantic relationships have also gone through a deep transformation, and revolutionized the concept of love. What people want these days is a relationship that fits into our times, in which there is individuality, respect, joy and pleasure in each other’s company. People in relationships no longer depend… Read More »

What Is Friendship?

Friendship is a strong emotional bond between two people, which happens for reasons that are not always present in romantic attachments. When two people enjoy how the other acts, laughs and thinks, they connect fairly fast; in this regard, friendship is similar to love. The intellectual compatibilities that are quickly noticed when people grow closer… Read More »

When Mother and Child Don’t Love Each Other

While still in-utero, our brain develops in an environment filled with comfort, peace and harmony. We are living in paradise—and birth means being expelled. From them on, we experience what are probably the worst days of our life: we are cold, hungry and thirsty and we feel vulnerable and in absolutely despair when our mothers… Read More »