April 2014

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Emotional Availability

By Jennifer Elizabeth MastersIt is easier to notice emotional unavailability in others than to notice it within ourselves. When we are able to point it out in others, it is time to look within. We rarely see issues in other people unless, we too have...

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The Key To Lasting Happiness

By Jennifer Elizabeth MastersPhoto courtesy of Sarah Perkins Photographyhttp://blogtalkradio.com/hollischapmanshowInterested in hearing who Jennifer is on the air? Join her this Friday at 1:00 PM EST and 10:00 AM PST as Hollis Chapman, author of the book Pursue Your Passion interviews Jennifer about her forthcoming book: Orgasm...

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Less Endowed – Less Confidence?

By Jennifer Elizabeth MastersAs a young woman we look at ourselves and our breasts and wonder, when will mine grow? Will I ever look like _______ (fill in the blank). Many men have issues with lack of confidence from being smaller in the package department...

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Some Bunny Loves You

By Jennifer Elizabeth MastersEaster is a time of year when suffering and love go hand in hand. Everyone in the world has suffered in some way. Whether you are Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindi or Buddhist suffering at some point has brought you closer to your...

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The Lies We Tell Ourselves

By Jennifer Elizabeth MastersLies in a relationship create distance and disconnection. When we lie to ourselves (denial) we create disconnection between ourselves and our soul. Real growth only comes when we let go of our inner denial and face the whole truth of who we...

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Pain is the Catalyst For Growth

By Jennifer Elizabeth MastersShow me a human, and I'll show you someone in pain. From back pain, to neck pain, headaches, stomach aches and heart aches, as humans we experience all manner of pain in our lifetime. I have found that all of our body issues...

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What Is Erotic?

By Jennifer Elizabeth MastersWikipedia:Eroticism (from the Greek ἔρως, eros—"desire") is a quality that causes sexual feelings,[1] as well as a philosophical contemplation concerning the aesthetics of sexual desire, sensuality and romantic love. That quality may be found in any form of art, including painting, sculpture,...

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