Most Americans believe that in throughout their dating process, they are searching for their soul mate - the person they are destined to spend the rest of their lives with. Many may wonder why this process is so difficult or how to even get there. These three steps show you what might be going wrong and how to put you on the path to Mr. Right.
With my first daughter, I was certain I would treasure each and every memory forever. Four years later, I'm having trouble keeping track of those same special moments with my other two children. But if there's one thing I've learned as a mom of three, it's that I need to let go of the guilt and focus on what really matters.
As a Christian relationship coach, the foundation of my work is based on faith. Without proper structure, you cannot know what to expect in love. Relationship challenges are not so much in the details of who-did-or-didn’t-do-what-to-whom, but spiritual battles of the mind and heart. Without a community of support, it is very easy to miss what is really going on with you and your significant other.
Oxford University psychologists have found that couples who overuse technology to keep in touch tend to have less satisfying marriages. Our expert explains how relying on technology may come at the cost of closeness in your relationship.
In the words of America's domestic goddess, Martha Stewart: "I'd like to go to bed with somebody. Sleep with somebody." Hang on a sec! It's not exactly what you think. The 71-year-old told Matt Lauer on NBC's TODAY that she's been eager to get back in the dating scene again and even started to create an online dating profile using her real name, but never officially signed up. Now, it seems she's had a change of heart. In a second appearance on TODAY, she agreed to give her search for a mate on Match.com another try and her online dating profile is ready to go.
YourTango Expert Rick Clemons explains why Jason Collins is just another glaring example of how gay male athletes are received in the world sports ... as opposed to lesbian players.
As a single woman wanting to know how guys think, don’t you wish you could be the fly on the wall in a man’s locker room? When it comes to understanding men and hearing what we say about women, the locker room is the place. They know they can speak freely because in guy code, what’s said in the locker room stays in the locker room. The locker room is a sacred place where men can say anything. And they usually do! Allow me to be your fly on the wall for a minute. Guys In Locker Room
It's simple to talk to an old flame when you don't have to look at him. So, an email relationship post-divorce is ideal. But when there are children involved in your relationship, keeping things civil between the two of you is even more paramount. Keeping the emails free of judgement, blame and arrogance is key to keeping a rift in your adult relationship from causing a rift in the one with your kids.
“You're just being jealous,” Randy's husband dismissed her criticism of his friendship with a woman on his co-ed soccer league. She brought up her concerns that he is spending an awful lot of time with this other woman-- at the field practicing, after matches celebrating and texting or messaging with her several times every evening.
Welcome back to 7 Secrets To Mastering Communication SECRET #5 – Asking Questions Asking questions is a major key to mastering communication. Yet, so often most conversations are a battle for air-time with one person ending up shutting down when the other has done what I call the one-upmanship stunt and taken over the topic. Whether it’s casual bantering or expressing important concerns, hijacking a conversation is rarely conducive to enhancing your relationships over time.