Those looking for fulfillment out of life will do things that aren’t fun now, to reap massive rewards later.
“Life is not primarily a quest for pleasure, as Freud believed, or a quest for power, as Alfred Adler taught, but a quest for meaning.” —Viktor E. Frankl
“I approach the blowie like the art form it is these days. It’s challenging but satisfying, especially when he finally comes.”
What brings you the most pleasure? Does it always have a place in your everyday life?
How touching yourself can help your relationship.
From quickies to pity driven whoopee, long-term lovers do it all.
I believed marriage was a lie and love was an illusion before I knew the name of the first boy I’d kiss.
A man lies on his living room floor. His eyes are closed, arms by his side. His face is still, even, but occasionally furrowed.
If you aren’t confused, then you aren’t keeping up. Majority of us are confused, and that’s good. Doubting and questioning is the beginning of the learning process.
An imaginary tomorrow always seems to be better than today in my head.