When problems arise in partnerships, sometimes it seems easier to keep them to yourself, but all that pent up resentment is poison for your relationship. Use these 5 effective communication tips to help you and your partner get things back on track in a healthy, happy way.
Having a serious discussion with someone you don't want to lost or hurt is challenging, but it's important to make your feelings clear. Find out how you can get through these talks smoothly with these effective communication tips.
Everyone knows that men and women view things differently, and marriage is no exception. Even strong, healthy couples need help finding compromises. For example, what should you do when your husband doesn't want to do anything with you, but gets hurt if you make other plans? Read on to find out.
The number one problem in relationships just happens to be the most important skill: healthy communication. They couples who make it through life's challenges do it by respecting one another. Learning to talk effectively with your partner in the worst of circumstances will ensure you both are in it for the long haul.
Guys need all the help they can get trying to figure out what women want. Find what method your man best responds to when you ask him for what you need, and you'll both be happier!
You want to know where this is going but in order to know, you'll have to have "the talk". This is always a challenge because you don't know what the other person is thinking. But this is one of the most important aspects of a relationship: defining what the relationship actually is. These tips will help you make the experience as painless as possible while also getting the answers you need.
Are you and your partner not able to talk as easily as you used to? Expert Gal Szekely discusses what could be causing your communication problems, and offers tips on what you can do to save your relationship.
Being an adult child of newly divorced parents can be difficult. There are a ton of new emotions and challenges that come along with this change later in life. Author and divorce coach Terry Gaspard explains how to move on from your parents' "gray divorce" with 8 helpful tips. Read on if you have found yourself in this unfortunate circumstance.
If someone doesn't particularly see you in a romantic light then they would just say that instead of dragging things on and leaving you with false hope. But alas things aren't always like that, and even though women tend to be more vocal they also leave a lot unsaid. So what does her actions really mean? Ask Men can tell you!
We all have our idosyncricies and share of odd behaviors. I know there are many things that women do which aggravate men to no end. Well, it goes the other way too. Here are few examples of things that may get you kicked out of your love shack or put in the dog house at some point without a warning.
Long ago, love letters were written to express longing and desire. They were dispatched by messenger and reached their destination days, weeks or months later. Today, there is sexting. At the tap of a finger you can send a few lines to your beloved and they receive it near instantaneously.
In dating, good communication is the key to meeting and attracting men … especially the right men. It's also the key to developing and maintaining fulfilling relationships. When you love on purpose, you communicate on purpose.
If you have been casually seeing someone for a while and you get the feeling like you it’s time to get some answers then take a deep breath before stressing out. There are 8 steps to having a stress-free DTR conversation that won't make you go crazy.
Have you ever experienced that awkward and uncomfortable moment in your relationship when either of you has clearly said the wrong thing? No one really wants to mention it, but both of you soon realize it was due to some unfamiliar role that invaded your space. Maybe one of you has either flipped on the "mother" role or "homeboy" role and it was quite disturbing. You've got to play your role!
It’s an ongoing art-form to learn how to communicate more effectively in order to deal with conflict and increase intimacy and connection.
Know the difference between Wants & Expectations! This topic alone will likely be the subject of an entire Newsletter in the future. Simply put however, partners will often make the mistake of expecting something they want and then faulting the other for not giving it to them. To expect means to assume or count on whereas to want is to desire or crave.