Want to learn about healthy sex through the lives of fictional characters? Join me in my Transformational Fiction approach to learning how to heal sexual issues in your relationship or on your own. Here’s a sample. Then come to my website for lots more. “Don’t we have a good relationship?” I asked Robert one cold morning. I was having difficulty eating my breakfast. “Why do we get in arguments like this? Should we get counseling?”
From LoveInsight.com blogger Diana P. When Billy Crystal’s Harry Burns famously proclaimed that men and woman could never be friends in 1989’s “When Harry Met Sally,” it created a tremendous amount of discussion between the sexes. I won’t go there since that topic has probably been talked to death, but I do want to take it one step further with this question . . . Is it appropriate for men and women in committed relationships to be friends with someone of the opposite sex?
I have been dreaming about having sex with another man for a long time. I started fantasizing two years into my marriage. Now that my kids are older and life is less stressful, I find myself thinking about wanting sex much more often. But not sex with my husband. I want hot, lustful, first-date sex.
Is infidelity ever forgivable? This woman's fiancé cheated on her in what he claims was a truly "extraordinary" circumstance, and now she doesn't know how to move forward… or if she should. Relationship and love guru Charles J. Orlando has the answer. What would you do?
This is one of those abilities that I feel quite fortunate to have yet, disappointed by how I came to obtain. I'm referring to the skill of recognizing a cheater. Never once having done so myself, I have dated enough of them to be alert of the trouble headed my way so that I can avoid being duped again and save others from the same heartache to boot.
Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway are reportedly fighting each other! The Princess has a notoriously work shy work schedule and has been getting criticism for her materialistic ways and preferences for luxury vacations. The Crown Princess developed a preference for expensive haute couture while her closet has been stocked heavily with nothing but designer labels. It has been triggering criticism and her love of luxury has scandalized the down to earth Scandinavian country and low-key royal family and generated a lot of bad press.
Kerry Washington and Scandal may be the hottest thing since sliced bread but personal development coach Francesca Hogi has a few choice words for Olivia Pope. Speaking to her as a friend, Hogi offers six pieces of advice that we'd offer a real friend who was in the same predicament. So listen up, Olivia!
Liberty Ross was thrust into the spotlight in the summer of 2012 when her husband, director Rupert Sanders, was caught cheating with Twilight star Kristen Stewart. The 35-year-old British model, who also starred alongside Kristen in Snow White and the Huntsman, is finally giving her side of the story. In an interview with Vanity Fair, the mother of two children with Sanders admits she did not want to give up on her marriage.
Forgiveness can be one of the hardest things to offer after infidelity, but these relationship experts explain why it's important to open yourself up to healing. Discover why playing the victim is harmful to your emotional recovery, and how placing the blame makes it hard to move forward.
There are increasing claims that being monogamous isn't natural, or just exceedingly difficult. This relationship expert feels otherwise: if we're able to control ourselves as adults, it should be easy enough to control ourselves in adult relationships, as well.
An affair can seem so much more exciting than your marriage. But is it a good idea to leave your spouse for your lover? YourTango Expert Lesli Doares talks with HuffPost Live about infidelity and making this big decision.
The threat of infidelity can make us do some pretty crazy things. But before you rifle through your partner's mail or search his computer, take a step back. Will snooping really solve the problem? This expert suggests an honest conversation, instead.