Your shopping cart is empty
Waiting before Leaping: The Other Side on Remarrying
What I Learned Behind the Closed Door: The Other Side on Living Alone
Love American Style: Waiting for Marriage
Decisions, Decisions: The Other Side on Shopping and Modern Life
How did this evolve and how did Mystic Accord come into existence? Can you make conscious the unconscious pacts you may have made? What would you see if you looked past the veil?Read more →
Q. My question is about relationships with others after you know your Twin Flame, even if you are not yet able to be together physically, as is the case with me and my Twin Flame. Early on, he told me he had a desire to be faithful to me, as I have to him. I’m single, so I can be faithful to him, but he is married, so has to divide his faithfulness.…Read more →
Spiritual marriage is one of the Spirit ~ our spirits are the life force that flows through us. It is our essence which is not limited by form.Read more →
Americans love the idea of marriage, and the U.S. leads Western post-industrial countries in the numbers of couples walking down the aisle every year.
Holding on to anger stunts us. So what do we do it? What sort of benefit does it bring? And how can we let it go?Read more →
For the first time in 27 years, I’m not married or involved. For the first time in my life, I enjoy being by myself. I wish I’d tried it before I remarried.
Living alone gives freedom — you don't have to worry about your cooking, your fashion, or where you throw your hat. Cohabitation, however, has its pluses.
Whether shopping for vitamins, bandaids or licorice, too many decisions lurk in the aisles, including decisions about who to blame for so many choices.