Dear Dr. Romance: I'm a housewife in my mid-thirties, married for 7 years, In our marital life i have never been satisfied, because our sexual never lasts more than 15 min. It makes me unhappy. I have spoken to him regarding this matter but he didn't take it seriously. I feel that he is avoiding me. In a year we have only been together for 2 times and only for 15 min. He is working permanent night shift and always claims he is tired.
Right? Wrong. With Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's recent engagement announcement after seven years and six kids together, it appears that the order of operations in love and relationships may be changing directions.
Are you struggling to release some of that pent up anger you’ve been feeling toward your ex? Did he betray you? Lie to you? Intentionally (at least that’s how it feels) break your heart? I get it. You are harboring some deep resentment and honestly I don’t blame you. But ask yourself, “Who are you really hurting by holding onto these feelings?”
Your partner doesn't have to walk out on you or file for divorce for you to feel rejected. He might close down and refuse to talk when something is obviously bothering him. She may consistently turn down your invitations to have sex or be physically intimate with her. He could confide in a close friend-- maybe even a friend of the opposite sex-- things that he doesn't tell you about. She might refuse your help and advice, even when you have experience or expertise that could really be of benefit to her.
We Want It All It seems that we women still believe we can do everything. We feel that we can work the boardroom, bring home a big paycheck, be a loving wife, be the perfect Mom, and raise wonderful, compassionate, intelligent kids who go on to change the world. The problem is that it's just not happening.
We are living in a world where the illusion of how we look and what we achieve creates the importance of who we are and who is going to notice. Confidence comes from our external attachments and achievements. Feeling good about our self and being confident connects when we have accomplishments that feed our confidence. Our physical appearance and weight loss, intelligence, exciting career, loving relationships and friends, nice car and house, great clothes, talent, success and money become the result orientation of being pro active and involved in our life.
The Research and Development department here at Lucky Bloke had a few moments to spare and decided to have some fun composing a list of key historical figures and what condoms they would have preferred if they'd been available during their time in history. The results are sure to entertain you.
Dealing with a disappointing school report card can cause lots of stress and arguments for almost all of us. I remember when I was a child, I would hide the school report card and hope my parents would forget to ask for it. Then the disappointment, anger, and threats of more tutoring punishments would come. Not a fun time in my family. As a family counselor, parenting consultant, and homework expert, I will share five things you can do to handle the disappointing school report card in a way that can increase achievement and decrease frustration.
Just getting out of a long marriage and don't feel like you know yourself anymore? Are you dreading getting back out there and dating again? Want to know how to get your mojo back so that you feel sexy and datable again?
One of the many reasons of fights in a marriage is around finances and couples so often are unaware how to address the marriage and money . In a romantic relationship, no matter how much the couples love each other, it is not impossible for them to have quarrels regarding money. Unfortunately, there are times when things get out of a hand. A simple disagreement regarding financial issues can turn into something that could destroy the marriage. Here are some of the ways how money can cause problems in mariage. Man and Woman