"The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation. What is called resignation is confirmed desperation.” -Henry D. Thoreau Do you ever wonder what your man craves in relationships? I was in Florida on vacation recently. One Saturday afternoon, my husband and I dipped into a local Starbucks. As we were drinking our coffee, we overheard the conversation of a middle-aged couple sitting at one of the tables nearby.
So maybe you didn't see red flags in your last few relationships, but did you ever wonder if you are the one worth keeping? Instead of looking for errors in the ways of your significant other, see if you have any or all of these 5 qualities.
Newsflash, men ... not all women want to get married. So, if you're sure "I do" is not for you, THESE are the three types of women you need to focus your dating efforts on.
Yes, you CAN spot an affair before it happens. You can probably even spot it when he's trying to hide it from you. Outsmart him and always know how to spot a cheater from a mile away!
What is a "modest minx" exactly? She's demure, she's subtly, she's in charge of her sexuality. She's 100% marriage material and owns it! Here are 4 ways to transform into a modest minx today.
Couples counseling is great, but actions always speak louder than words. Here are some things you can do to actually rebuild your relationship.
Everyone worries about all sorts of things, and sometimes that act of worrying can be helpful in pushing you to solve a problem and take action when needed. However, constant self-doubt, paralyzing fears, and high levels of anxiety can be very harmful to your health. If you are experiencing panic attacks as a result of your anxiety, it’s essential that you see a therapist who can help you. Your mental health is not something that can be left ignored and untreated.
My Grandmother always said "Kiss me Goodnight Rich" - this was her way of telling Grandpa, she wanted to resolve the conflict. In a healthy relationship, conflict is bound to arise from time to time, because two people cannot be expected to agree and work cohesively all the time. If dealt with properly, conflict can provide an opportunity to strengthen the relationship, but when mismanaged, conflict can deteriorate a relationship and make it weaker.
A friend of mine, Daniel, went out on a date the other day. My friend, being in the business I'm in, always seems to share things with me. What he said to me was really interesting and it made me think. He met a woman and she sent him this text: Woman: I had so much fun with you. Daniel: Me too! I can't wait to see you next time. I really wanted to kiss you, but I can wait. Woman: I can't wait to see you, too. But I'm not ready to kiss you, yet.
All relationships have issues, but if yours is down right shitty ... why do you stay? If you want true happiness, it's time to accept that your bitching and moaning will never change anything. But this will ...