Men – all they want is sex. Right? Really? No, not really! Not all men want sex all the time. A stereotype that plagues the male species. Men often get a bum rap, depicted as constantly sexually motivated, as if they live in a mental squirrel cage with a constant agenda to get into their spouse’s panties, nighties or “whatever-ies” she’s wearing.
Vacation can be a time for reflection. One expert used her time away from her husband to consider behaviors and choices that make for healthy relationships. Read on to discover how you can improve your own marriage... with or without a vacation!
The best relationship advice for women addresses our friendships as well as our romantic partnerships. And sometimes, friendships run their course. What do you do when a friendship is no longer healthy or nurturing? Our expert shares her personal story and offers tips for a peaceful friendship breakup.
Is your partner a sex addict and needs professional help? Don't be afraid to confront the situation and get them back on the right track.
Not only young children experience anxiety about returning to school. Teens also have school anxiety as well.
This marriage therapist has some great advice for couples with contrasting work schedules. How can you find time for household upkeep, childcare and romance? Read on to discover the tricks.
Maintaining a healthy marriage is a lot of work, but it can be made easier by keeping your "don't" list in check. Arguments and differences aren't always a prelude to divorce: learn the tools you need for marital bliss for years to come.
Learn how to accept yourself and love others the way they deserve to be loved.
Between career gains, friendships and dating, single women in their 40s often realize they forgot something important: to have children! If you want kids, don't put this time-sensitive issue on the bottom of your to-do list.
Are you planning on moving in with your partner? Think about it long and hard before you make the big move.