When a spouse comes out, a lot of stuff hits the fan. Yet, does that give the jilted spouse a license to be unrealistic? Coming Out Coach Rick Clemons explains where it gets messy and where the two journeys out of the closet collide.
Marriages are like gardens: If you don't tend them they will wither. Here are four things we can learn about gardens and relationships, in order to keep growing strong.
Dating more than one person at a time has not been my style in the past and I also felt it was inappropriate. I was accustomed to dating one man and if that relationship did not unfold and progress initially or if it ended after some time, I would then take a break and start a new search.
Did you know you're having a threesome? Whether you're married, living together or building a committed relationship, money will always be the uninvited third. It's time to learn to recognize money messages, process your own money signals and communicate! Start now.
Has sex become stale? Here's why most couples become bored of sex and what you can do to spice things up!
Dear Dr. Romance: We are co-workers and I've know him for about two years. He's very nice, funny and in very good shape. We've built a pretty solid friendship. We hang out a couple times a month (when I'm home from school). But, lately he's been pushing for a relationship (seeing as how I'm graduating next year).
I recently had the privilege of spending a few days at the Grand Canyon. The beauty and grandeur of the place is awe-inspiring. It is simply just so BIG! I could spend days peering out over the canyon and never get bored with the view. As I was walking one morning with my family along the rim I found myself staring across to the other side of the canyon. It seemed so far away.
Relationships are hard work and sometimes couples get into a rut. Dr. Tina Tessina offers a list of 9 things you do that are not helpful to your marriage. Read on to see if you're guilty and how to make small, but positive changes.
Below is an excerpt from my novel coming soon on the healing of Avoidant Attachment. My book on Kindle, Create New Love, teaches how to evaluate our attachment style and that of a date in order to match up. This novel looks at what happens when one partner changes her style.
New research indicates that one of the richest towns in Britain has the highest number of people engaging in extramarital affairs. Is there a correlation between cheating, where you live and money?