Remember that time your partner spilled wine all over your white sofa, and you thought, for sure, you were going to smother him in his sleep after an argument about it? Well, stop it, because according to a new study, you're killing yourself.
Do you or your partner have ADHD? Take this relationships test to see if ADHD will become an issue!
Relationships can be tough especially when you're fighting. By learning how your brain works and understanding the triggers that make you upset, scared or nervous, you'll be able to avoid the fights you desperately want to avoid.
Would you rather be happy or win an argument? While we have a natural tendency to prove ourselves "right", our relationships are more important than petty issues. To be a real winner, consider your partner's emotional needs over the conflict.
We've heard that picking your battles is an important part of having a healthy relationship. Relationship coach Jasbina Ahluwalia takes it one step further and explains the bad reasons couples fight and offers tips on how to argue with a purpose. If it's not helping your relationship progress, it is likely you picked the wrong battle.
It's easy — perhaps too easy — to say hurtful things when we're angry. If your relationships have been filled with tense arguments, follow these 6 steps for better communication. You'll learn to say what you mean, and be truly heard in the process.
What absolutely guarantees that you will not get what you want? Effective communication is key to giving and receiving properly, so take this expert's tips and find yourself in the right corner.
Acknowledging your role in an argument is monumentally difficult, especially in the heat of the moment. Do you find it difficult to move past an issue with your partner? This couples counselor has 4 tips that will lead to forgiveness and repair.
Every choice we make effects the success of our relationships. Read this expert relationship coach advice on how to improve your relationship and find love.
Dr. Romance answers a question from a reader about their marriage arguments.
This article discusses a few steps you need to take in order to make the most of those special, high pressure days on the calendar, when you and your partner are supposed to blissfully get along, whether they are holidays or vacation days. A common complaint of many couples who come into my office is that they constantly fight on vacation or holidays. Is this a problem for you too? Why? Shouldn’t it be easier to get along without the pressure of work and the rest of life’s stresses?
Have you heard this story? An elderly man was stopped by the police around 2 a.m. and was asked where he was going at that time of night. The man replied, "I'm on my way to a lecture about alcohol abuse and the effects it has on the human body, as well as smoking and staying out late." The officer then asked, "Really? Who's giving that lecture at this time of night?" The man replied, "That would be my wife."