Movies – they’re everywhere. On TV, Netflix, Hulu, and of course, in theaters. During any holiday season, the amount of movies that come into theaters doubles. We all know that most of the romantic movies come out around or on Valentine’s Day, the most romantic day of the entire year. Couples, groups, and singles will… Continue reading Endless Love – A Movie Critique
There are so many ways to show someone you care about them: hugs, words of kindness, a small present, a Good Morning note or text, buying flowers, or even a simple “Love Ya!” But there is something that still seems to be up for debate: jealousy. That feeling you get when your partner hangs out… Continue reading Jealousy: Healthy or Unhealthy?
Hello blog readers! It’s spring! Well that’s what the calendar says, anyway. The weather… Not so much! What will you guys be doing this spring break? Going away? Spending time with friends? Well I know I’ll be watching tons of movies this spring break! One of my absolute favorite movies, 500 Days of Summer won’t… Continue reading 500 Days of Summer
Hello lovely blog readers! Welcome to the New Year- full of New things to learn about healthy and unhealthy relationships! I was working out the other day and Ne-Yo’s “Let Me Love You” catchy beat came on 107.5. Obviously, it was a top 10 hit on Itunes for a hefty time there. Now, I’m sure… Continue reading Let Me Love You Ne-Yo…
Almost everywhere you go you can hear the humming of your favorite new song. That beat is just so catchy, you know every word. But what do these songs really mean? Songs from Itunes top tens list may be silently sending you a message. I just recently came across an article online, (Yes I’m a… Continue reading Silence Is… Golden?
Every February, we encourage at least one of our Peer Educators to write a Letter to the Editor of the Longmont Times Call Newspaper. Our Peer Ed, Tessa, wrote an amazing letter – a call to action to parents. Here’s just a peak: “So, what can you do to protect your children? Talk to them.… Continue reading To Whom It May Concern: