Submit?

Submit: a verb. Merrian-Webster dictionary tells us that it means to defer to or consent to abide by the opinion or authority of another. This word has been used in history as a means of control, most quoting the Bible without reading things through. It has gotten such a negative connotation that even in church we want to argue that word. We’ve always heard “wives … Continue reading Submit?

How do you love?

So there’s this guy that I like. Liked him for a while but it’s always been an internal battle. I’ve prayed over it, asked for signs, got answers and I still go back and forth in my mind. Recently we were talking, and as I am relearning him, this question popped up in my head. Now I don’t want to confuse the man further so … Continue reading How do you love?

7 Things to do on Valentine’s Day

Share your reasons why you appreciate each other, to each other, aloud. Do something you both like, together. Plan your next trip, as a couple. Pray together Express your wishes, hopes and expectations of each other Solve or do a puzzle Cook together Although Valentines Day is a made up thing to push consumers to buy more, the basis is still love. You don’t have … Continue reading 7 Things to do on Valentine’s Day

Change

Change is scary, sometimes unwanted and yet inevitable. Change can be subtle or drastic depending on the factors. Change in a relationship can either help the relationship grow or fail. You’re not the same person forever, that’s just fact. As we go through life, we experience different circumstances that switches our way of life or alter sour point of view. We learn about ourselves and … Continue reading Change

Marriage

It’s after midnight and I’ve just finished an episode of NCIS where McGee finally proposes to Delilah. Of course, my emotional self tears up a little because it’s love and it’s meant to be. And it got me thinking because this is a question I’ve been analyzing for months now. Why do people get married? Backstory: between December and January two of my very close … Continue reading Marriage

What are we?

A dreaded question for both parties involved. The women (who is usually the one asking) doesn’t want to feel stupid so she’ll ask. The men don’t usually want to answer that question because a) they don’t know the answer/what they want b) they don’t want to hurt your feelings by being honest. Someone had come to me recently and had asked “how did you know … Continue reading What are we?