Expert tip to help your marriage: Picking your Battles The couples I see with the most ongoing conflict are the ones who have not learned to pick their battles. These couples stay in constant conflict over who, left the lights on, and why the breadcrumbs are on the kitchen counter top.
Last week, I read a brilliant article by Heather Morgan Shott called "Why I Always Put My Husband Before My Child." The title alone was so provocative that I couldn’t help myself from investigating the article, but also I couldn't wait to read what some of the comments about her beliefs.
In actuality, men have it pretty easy when it comes to so-called "bad behavior" because most of it is written off as just boys being boys, i.e. burping, farting, sex jokes, etc. ... but there are circumstances in which you're going too far.
Are you a saver or a spender? And what should you do if your partner's attitude toward finances doesn't match yours? Here's some relationship coach advice for navigating the tricky waters of money and love.
After waking up at the crack of dawn with the kids and running at full speed all day, the last thing you have energy for at the end of the day is a romp in the sack, right? While you and your partner might have all the reasons in the world not to have sex, sometimes it just sounds like good ol' balderdash.
Being a parent is tough, the word I use to explain it is relentless. There is always something to do and children can put strain on any relationship. So when you think you have some quality time together make sure you make the most of it. We all seem to be suffering from less sleep, less time, less romance in our lives, but there are ways that you can stretch time and rekindle romance so come and explore some ideas that might help you get the most form some ‘kid free’ time. Switch off
Hearing "I love you" can be one of, if not the greatest, joy that we can receive in relationships. However, what if your partner's actions don't express that declaration of love? This relationship coach provides relatable examples — do you recognize this happening in your life?
Dr. Romance answers a question from a reader about their marriage arguments.
Find out if your relationship is normal. Read how to tell if you and your partner have a healthy relationship based on this relationship expert's advice.