- February 1st, 2014
Lovers, take note: Overtly affectionate people enjoy greater happiness and self-esteem, less likelihood of depression, lower blood sugar and blood pressure, less fear of intimacy, healthier biochemistry, and higher odds of being in a romantic relationship.
- December 1st, 2013
Every year on my birthday, Ryan sends me off for an incredibly cherished visit to a fabulous local spa for the day. It’s one of my favorite traditions. I get a day to feel pampered and have the cares of the world massaged away … at least momentarily. All I have to do is lie back, relax, and say thankful prayers for being so lucky.By Trista Sutter
- February 1st, 2013
A few years ago on Valentine’s Day, I went out with three girlfriends dressed to the nines. We were headed to a Singles Society event. Within three feet of walking into the Flamingo Resort in Santa Rosa, we saw that there were only ten people there, all over the age of 60, and only one male. I left the premises depressed as we headed toward Petaluma.Learning to be content in each season of relationshipsBy Shiroko Sokitch, MD