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Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve seen just how much the world of dating has changed. While we were once limited to the city limits of our hometown and the heteronormative stigmas of finding partners and abhorrence of casual sex – we find ourselves in a new era.

An era of dating apps, acceptance of all kinds of love (although we have a long way to go), and finally breaking away from the bounds of monogamy.

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In the dynamic pool of dating and more, it goes without saying no two couples are exactly alike.

Between different interests, goals, temperaments and zodiac signs – it’s a wonder how we’re ever able to wade through the crowds to find a companion who suits our fancy. But for as unique as each of us are, somehow couples often manage to find themselves up against the same relationship ruts.

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Giuliana, Ododua Aum

It’s hard to pinpoint the precise moment when I realized that my life’s path was to become a women’s wellness worker. It could have been during my first menstruation. I was shocked by the lack of ritual, female community support, and sacred communication around it. Maybe it was during my adolescence, as I helped raise children that weren’t my own.

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Ooooooh, Baddies! Sorry guys, not talking about the pop culture urban dictionary definition of baddie. No, my focus is on the google definition of the word: villain.  

Why are we attracted to the perennial “bad boy” or “bad girl” or “non-gender conforming individual?” People that just aren’t good for us?

It’s a universal theme that transcends across cultures, ages and time.

 

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Seduction; not to be confused with manipulation or grotesquely flaunting your sexuality as a means to an end. No – think of seduction as a lifestyle skill. A spice to add to your routine, flavor up your day, and perpetuate your own enjoyment! We all are capable of honing this skill, and yet it is often forgotten, or looked at in a less than positive light.

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We all want to feel loved and appreciated, and we want our partners to feel the same way. While we do our best to show our adoration and affection for our partners, a lot more gets lost in translation than we often realize.

Sometimes a couple just can’t feel the love, and it’s not for a lack of loving expressions and romantic gestures – it’s simply a language barrier.

The language of love.

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