Don't treat your dating life like a marriage. Figure out your common goals and go from there. There isn't any rush!
Today, we learned that the Supreme Court ruled DOMA (Defense Of Marriage Act), the law barring the federal government from recognizing same-sex marriages legalized by the states, as unconstitutional. I'm not here to debate which side of the fence I'm on regarding this case before our high court. I'm here to challenge a different notion...
A study shows that an increasing number of relationships are forming from online dating. Our expert shares the best tips for divorced men and women who are getting back into the dating scene.
Not sure if you’re really, truly connecting to your power? Here’s how you’ll know: You feel jealous. Your psyche sends insightful messages continually and one of the ways it tells you that you’re not living up to your potential is when the green-eyed monster rears its ugly head.
Masturbation—especially mutual masturbation—can help create better intimacy in a relationship or marriage, both sexual and emotional.
"I'm just not going to date for a while ... " It's a frequent refrain I hear from my clients. That lack of enthusiasm is the number one sign of what I call "dating burnout." Here are the tell-tale signs you may be burned out from love — and how to get yourself back in the game.
Seeing your ex with another partner will never get easier. Here are some ways to cope with it and handle it accordingly.
It's something every mother goes through: We have to not only let them go, but be let go by them. When it came to work meetings, a date, their first day at school, I was OK with all that because I was the one doing all the leaving. I was the one letting go. But I learned quickly that being on the "let go" side is a whole different predicament.
Whether you grew up wealthy, impoverished or somewhere in the middle, you and your partner have philosophies that are either in sync or unfortunately incongruent with your lifestyle as a married couple.
Although there are no typical couples, there do tend to be intimacy stages in a relationship. Ideally, we would all eventually arrive at the love stage—but we have to go through a lot to get there.