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How to Fall in Love With Your Spouse Again

How to Fall in Love With Your Spouse Again

In the Picture Perfect Relationship, everything looks amazing – from the outside. You and your partner go on awesome vacations and host everyone’s favorite dinner parties, but once you’re alone you don’t touch or look at each other anymore. Neither of you are truly happy or fulfilled, but you also aren’t willing to address the disconnection. Instead, you each just stick to your routines and pray that the rift between you magically repairs itself.

8 Telltale Signs of a Breakup

8 Telltale Signs of a Breakup

As a relationship coach specializing in making up and breaking up, women constantly come to me for answers about the health and stability of their relationship. Especially if they’re going through a rough patch with their guy, they want to know: Do we have what it takes to last forever, or are we headed for a breakup? (For more proven and practical relationship advice, visit www.makeuporbreakup.com or catch up with me on Facebook!)

What is an Emotional Affair?

What is an Emotional Affair?

Could you be cheating on your partner without even knowing it? If you’re engaged in an emotional affair, then the answer is yes. Emotional affairs can be difficult to pinpoint, because from the outside they simply look like close friendships, and it’s easy to convince yourself that you’re not doing anything wrong because you haven’t crossed the line physically.

Love & Addiction: Helping Your Partner Turn Toward Recovery
You can provide support, but your partner must also have a strong desire to recover.

Love & Addiction: Helping Your Partner Turn Toward Recovery

According to a YourTango Experts study, addiction is the biggest mental health challenge couples face. Armed with this knowledge and some advice from mental health professionals, you can work toward a healthier future with your partner.

When Mental Illness Leads To Divorce: What You Should Know
Is an issue like depression or anxiety wrecking havoc on your marriage?

When Mental Illness Leads To Divorce: What You Should Know

The heartbreaking realities of marriage dissolution include a high divorce rate for people with mental illnesses. Why is this? Issues like depression, anxiety and bi-polar disorder can put heavy strain on the healthy partners. Learn how to navigate this complicated issue.

It's Not You, It's Me: Turning A Breakup Excuse Into Love Advice
Take this clichéd excuse & use it to save your relationship!

It's Not You, It's Me: Turning A Breakup Excuse Into Love Advice

It's easy for us to identify issues in our partners and seemingly difficult to pinpoint them in ourselves... even though we claim the problem is us! For lasting partnerships, the focus needs to shift away from how to "fix" the other person and towards a broader view of how to repair the relationship.