Has your love life turned boring with bills and responsibilities? Relationship expert Charles J. Orlando explains why you should inject a little playfulness into your partnership.
Everyone makes mistakes, so don't be surprised if you find yourself needing to forgive (or ask for forgiveness!) in your relationship. But a mea culpa doesn't mean that you're doomed for failure: Relationship expert Charles J. Orlando explains why forgiveness can be a very good practice for couples!
Laughter is a huge part of being a couple in love. After all, what fun are relationships if they're serious 24/7? In this video, relationship expert Charles J. Orlando explains just how beneficial a big belly laugh can be.
Listen up, lovers: Relationship, love and dating guru Charles J. Orlando has one of the simplest (and easiest!) ways to show your partner you care. Do you know what the secret is?
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?
Gotta love the holidays… or do you? Columnist Charles J. Orlando explains why he's feeling ho-hum about everyone's favorite time of year. Can you relate?
Online dating advice encourages singles to sign up for monthly or yearly commitments on their search for love. The sites claim they can match you with your soulmate, but this relationship expert isn't so sure that's the case. Here's his theory on why online dating might not be the best path to true love.
Infidelity seems to be a rampant problem for couples. With stories from real-life cheaters, our dating expert explores the phenomenon of dudes who can't commit. Is cheating more prevalent today that before, or are we merely more aware of its happening due to media saturation?
Women who get played by men aren't "dumb" or "inexperienced". Smart women get played all the time … and not because the guy is bright or smooth, but because his bullsh*t story has enough tangible possibility for it to be believable. Moreover, these "players" aren't useless men. They watch and wait — predators of a sort — and fill a specific need that a woman is looking for. And not just any need, but a core need she wants filled: sex, affection, security, attention, freedom, romance, etc.
As problem-solvers, men look for the fastest, most effective ways to work through issues, and many think the best way is to do that alone. But therein lies the main challenge for relationship dynamics: He wants to work through it alone and thus fails to communicate it, and his significant other knows something's wrong, but doesn't know what it is, and may assume it has something to do with her, even if it doesn't.