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So, in hopes that we can promote more safety/support and less judgement in our conversations, here are 10 suggestions of “things no to” and “things to” say to your single friends: Advice, Ask a Therapist, Attachment, Boundaries, Communication, Counseling, Dating, Empathy, Family, Friendship, General, Marriage, Mental/Emotional Health, Parenting, Relationship Advice, Relationships, Therapy Acknowledge, Andrea Moore MSW Intern, Attune, Attuning To Our Partners In Small Ways, emotional safety, empathy, engagement, interaction, non-defensive, relationships, stability, strengthening, supportive, tolerance, turn toward, Understanding According to John Gottman, in every interaction in our significant relationships, there is an opportunity to attune or turn away. Our job with each other is to create emotional safety, and it is through small moments, like attuning, that create stability and ongoing romance.Yet we’re too busy to give it the time that it needs. To do otherwise is like having a bee land on your hand and swatting at your husbands face to get rid of the hornet.You’ve solved nothing and likely got a nasty sting in the process. In pizza, there are no rules, you can eat it if you want to, if it satisfies your hunger, and it’s okay to enjoy some toppings, and not others. Vernacchio explains, “we could…invite people to think about their own desires and make deliberate decisions about what they want, and talk about it with their partners…to look not at some external outcome, but for what feels satisfying”.Framing means gaining accurate information on sexuality.Some of my favorite books on bodies, sex, and intimacy are: For kids: “Sex is a Funny Word” by Cory Silverberg For girls: “The Care and Keeping of You” by Valorie Schaefer For boys: “Dating and Sex: A Guide for the 21st Century Teen Boy” by Andrew Smiler For parents of teens: “For Goodness Sex” by Al Vernacchio On female sexuality: “Come as You Are” by Emily Nagoski On male sexuality: “The New Male Sexuality, Revised Edition” by Bernie Zilbergeld For LDS couples: “What Your Parents Didn’t Tell You About Sex” by Anthony Hughs There are many more great resources out there.