People can sometimes be caretakers or takers. Learn how to better understand if someone is compassionate or self-centered, and have happier, more fulfilling relationships.
Here are the top 13 reasons why your woman is faking her orgasm.
By: Stan Popovich Stan Popovich’s popular book “A Layman’s Guide to Managing Fear Using Psychology, Christianity and Non Resistant Methods” has gathered many positive reviews on Amazon. Mr. Popovich’s book focuses on various techniques on how to manage fear, anxiety, stress, addiction, and depression. Stan’s book is located at http://www.managingfear.com and there are even some free mental health articles for anyone to read.
Abusive relationships are more common than you may think. Read how to look for signs that you or someone you know is in an abusive relationship.
Divorce seems like the only escape from a toxic marriage. But after the dust settles and your heart has had some time to heal old wounds, trusting someone new is easier said than done. So where do you get the courage to put your heart out there on the line again?
Is gaslighting ruining your relationship and you don't even know it? More commonly known as lying, here are some tips to help keep gaslighting from ending your relationship.
Defensive Facebooking. That’s what I called it after my ex and I broke up, and I’d have my friends post pictures our fabulous night in which I was looking fabulous, at a fabulous bar, surrounded by fabulous men. Then I’d cross my fingers that he’d see it and hope to get 187 million likes. In my mind I was getting revenge, but staying classy. Not a break up crazy at all. It’s not something I’m particularly proud of.
Here's a typical lesbian conundrum: You made a tight group of friends and you've dated most (if not all) of them. So where do you go to meet and mingle with new women?
Building trust, and taking responsibility are just two of the ways to improve your relationship. By thinking of your relationship like a credit score, you can improve your relationship with your partner.
This guest article from PsychCentral was written by Linda Bloom LCSW and Charlie Bloom MSW. Every year, Charlie and I take two summer vacations-one with our kids and grandchildren, and one just with each other. They don’t have to be real long, just long enough to get a clean break from our day-to-day lives. These vacations each provide us with very different experiences, and we love them both.