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Relationships

Get Up and Get Over It

By Erin McNew | Staff Writer Okay, so lately I’ve been thinking about this whole “poor me” stage that people like to go through when something less than desirable happens to them.  I’m going to go ahead and say that this is incredibly unproductive and unconducive to healing. And, I’m
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Love Isn’t Grey: A Post Not About 50 Shades

By Patrick Dunford | Men’s Staff Writer Photo Credit | Donna Irene Photography My barista lit my coffee on fire yesterday. I’m serious. He fired up a culinary blowtorch and introduced me to the eighth wonder of the world that is the crème brûlée cappuccino. It takes three accent
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What I Didn’t Know When I Stopped Having Sex

By Tori Vissat | Guest Blogger Photo credit | Donna Irene Photography I want to make him happy.  I enjoy it too. I love him. I’m just having fun. My friends will think I’m weird if I stop. I have said each of these and more. For years, I believed that the only thing I could offer a gu
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Chill Out, It’s Just a Date

By Therese Aaker | Guest Blogger Photo Credit | Elissa Anne Photography It’s not hard to look around and notice that there’s a problem with today’s dating scene. Our culture seems to operate on two extremes. On the one hand, we have the hookup culture. Hooking up is wrong becaus
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Why You Should Fall in Love with Someone Broken

By Patrick Dunford | Guest Blogger Photo Credit | Jenny Haas Photography She was perfect. That probably should have been one of the first signs of trouble. Maybe it was because I was a late-bloomer to the dating scene and she was the first woman I’d ever asked out. Maybe it was becaus
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Letting Go

By Erin McNew | Staff Writer Photo Credit | Donna Irene Photography As a kid, I was always taught to never give up. That when you fall down you have two choices: you can stay down, or you can get right back up and keep on living. I think that’s one of the lessons I probably took most
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To the boy I thought I loved

By Erin McNew | Staff Writer Photo credit: Jenny Haas Photography I remember how it felt. To have you always on my mind. To think about the two of us in the context of forever. To desire being held in your arms. To do everything I could to make the two of us work as one. To make your
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What do I do when Christmas isn’t so “Merry”

By Alanna Burtis | Guest Blogger Photo credit | Of Hearth and Home I have been hearing this question a lot throughout these few weeks: How do I get through Christmas when everything around me is not joyful? You see everyone else get in the holiday spirit but there is just no way you c
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That’s talk about sex and what we keep hush-hush

The author wished to remain anonymous. Photo credit: The Shalom Imaginative  To all unmarried Christian ladies: I want to speak completely honestly with you all. I…unashamedly, without regret, without a hint of guilt, admit that I… …love the feeling of an orgasm. Yes, I said it. And y
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You’re more than the size of your butt

By Kathryn Gibbs| Guest Blogger Photo credit: Flickr Recently, all sorts of media attention has been given to the physical features of Kim Kardashian as well as the latest Victoria’s Secret fashion show. In a world that seems to praise women for their bodies, it is often difficult as
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