Online dating can be thrilling but risky. The most desirable candidates know they have power and are intent on exploring it. Learn how to make this work for you as you search for your perfect match.
Therapy and counseling can help couples struggling with their relationships. But a base in faith and spirituality can implement lasting positive change.
5 ways to improve your emotional hygiene and start living a better life you deserve to have.
When was the first time you suspected that your partner was a sex addict? Did you realize he seemed to want sex from you ALL of the time? Did you notice that he watches a lot of porn? Did you come to the conclusion that he masturbate more than you think is healthy? Did you catch him flirting or cheating (again)?
This guest article from PsychCentral was written by Linda Hatch PhD. Not everyone who watches internet pornography is a porn or sex addict. But the highly addictive nature of internet pornography and the harmful effects for those who struggle to break free from a persistent and often escalating habit are very well known to me and to the thousand or so certified sex addiction therapists with whom I share an active listserv.
Is a lack of emotional intimacy straining your relationship with your significant other? Here's how to break the pursuer-distancer pattern and get your relationship back in action.
Read expert advice on how to introduce your kids to your partner, and tips on how to date as a parent.
Your relationship should never make you feel depressed, but if you find yourself noticing these ten signs, ask yourself whether or not it's a healthy partnership.
ARE YOU FUN TO BE WITH? ....when you're not spending money? Couples I have worked with over the years have often complained that they lack a common interest. If you have children, then you and your spouse might agree that your main focus of interest and activities are the children. As well, they should be, however, what about you? What about your partner? Do you both have an interest that you share together that is not about the kids?
Parents often struggle with how to draw and enforce boundaries for their teenage child. For example, consider the following situation: Imagine your 16 year-old daughter wants to go to a party on a school night – something that you are totally opposed to.