- eat avocado on toast outside in the sunshine
- actually drink 6-8 glasses of water a day
- drive down to a pretty place alone and de stress among the trees
- write hand written letters to the people you love
- donate blankets to animal shelters
- make a promise to buy my next animal from a shelter
- be gentle with people
- clean the house for the person you live with so they get real happy and smile a lot and then you feel like a sun beam.
Pushing your own boundaries sexually to please your partner is not an expression of ‘love’. Making yourself uncomfortable, making sexual ‘sacrifices’ (i.e. engaging in kinks you’re not comfortable doing) is not being a good partner. Being a good partner does not involve making yourself sexually uncomfortable or letting your partner coerce you into doing things you don’t want to do, and don’t ever let someone try to convince you otherwise.