Let’s make love and not war, and while we’re at it, let’s get better at said lovemaking. I’m neither a feminist nor a misogynist. I simply love both men and women equally, so I felt compelled to create unique content for each gender (of which there are two), which is really way too much work, but here’s why I do it: men and women are different. They will benefit from different advice and desire different content. But my goal for each is the same: I want to inspire you to live authentic and empowered lives so that you can become better lovers, partners, parents, and humans.
I believe that relationships are the key to happiness, and I want to help people be great at them. Great relationships with others begin with a healthy and constructive relationship with yourself, which begins with a strong dedication to be self-aware, own your shit, and constantly strive to improve yourself.
It’s a challenging process and I hope to provide some guidance to make it easier. I believe this is our ultimate purpose in life: to realize our potential so we can make life better for ourselves and those we love and share the planet with. This will never be accomplished from a place of hate, separation, victimization, or prejudice. You guys, it’s love. I know, cliché and gross, but there it is. We need all the loves- tough love, unconditional love, self-love, and sexy time love. Duh, love.
It’s all too easy to point the finger and play the victim. We now how two generations of young people who’ve lost the skill of self-reflection. Both genders are to blame here but no one is taking responsibility.
If everyone is a victim, who gets to be happy? Where is the resilience and insight that builds character and cultivates personal growth? And most importantly, where is the love?
Men are our sons, our fathers, and husbands. Women are our daughters, mothers, and wives. Men are the providers that work long hours so that a mother can care for her children. Women are the guardians of children, community, and culture. Men are the warriors who sacrifice their lives to protect our country and families. Women sacrifice their bodies, careers, and time to raise their children. Without each other, there is no family. And that’s what we are facing: a total degration of the American family- a win for the parasites.
Women and men need each other. We should embrace our differences and rekindle our natural desire to be united harmoniously.