One of the major causes of divorce is infidelity. Infidelity can cause a lot of heartbreak in a marriage, because it is painful and embarrassing. But it also is a symptom that a marriage has serious problems that have developed and not been addressed. In other words, most of the time people cheat on their spouse after the problem develops and it is not the infidelity that is the start of the problem.
We often pretend to be someone we are not in order to impress others, whether it is a love interest, friend, or stranger. Being yourself is the only way to keep a relationship from ending before it starts.
Being a good parent is a wonderful goal, but it you're neglecting the health of your romantic relationship along the way, your kids are suffering for it. It's time to start prioritizing connection with your partner as a fundamental part of creating an overall happy and healthy family. Here are 3 tips to help you get that process started.
The tears were flowing for this middle-aged woman with the perfect life. "I never realized how much pain and grief I was feeling over my abortion when I was 14 years old. I guess I just blocked things out and never looked back." I am amazed at women in their late 40's, 50's and even sixties experiencing the need to re-visit a time in their life when things were care-free and pretty irresponsible.
Poetry in lyrics or literature has a way of cutting through the mind's bullshit and reaching your heart. It is just about impossible to move on from the past if you stay guarded and closed. Think about a favorite song that can transport you instantly to an ocean of emotion each time you hear it. If you are trying to move on after a breakup, these trips down memory lane are anything but comfortable, right? The good news is that you can USE these emotional surges to help yourself let go of lost love.
Relationship coach Monique Boyd shares six effective communication tips that will help your relationship prosper. Read on if you want to communicate with your guy without him accusing you of being a drama queen.
Despite the stresses of everyday life, partners there will be time to reconnect in their relationships. Instead of limiting you and your significant other to a staged "date night," why not let things happen naturally?
Divorce is one of the most painful of life events, and for women it can be doubly painful because of emotional and financial dependency. Studies continue to show that most women experience a substantial loss in living standards post divorce. On the flip side, successful women who divorce often find themselves forced to provide spousal support for a non-working ex husband (the downside of our hard won equality over the past few decades).
Jasbina asks Neely Steinberg – Author of the book ‘Skin in the Game: Unleashing Your Inner Entrepreneur to Find Love’: There is a concept throughout your book about thinking like an entrepreneur. Will you explain that concept to our listeners? Neely Steinberg
If you were to hear that a therapist's method of helping distressed couples bond again had a seventy-five percent success rate (as opposed to the rather dismal thirty-five percent success rate of most of the other forms of couples therapy), wouldn't you want to learn more about the methodology?