If we're totally honest with ourselves, there are many signs that a breakup could be imminent. While cheating is obviously a huge reason to end a relationship, it isn't the only one. Check out these tell-tale signs!
This guest article from PsychCentral was written by Gerti Schoen, MA, LP We’ve all been there. It’s Sunday morning. The husband wants to see his parents. The wife would rather go take a hike in the woods. Or the other way around. One insists on what they want, the other resists or doesn’t really engage and you’re off arguing what to do with this Sunday afternoon.
You may feel as if you are on an emotional roller-coaster, during and after your divorce. You are grieving over the death of your marriage as well as your hopes and dreams for the future. It is a very traumatic time, yet it is vital that you make life-changing decisions as you go through the process in order to secure your future.
Here’s a little brain teaser for you. Why are all the following equations correct? 1 = 1 24 = 1 1,440 = 1 86,400 = 1 Did you get it right away? Need a clue? OK, here’s a hint…take it one day at a time. Got it now? No? Well, as much as I would enjoy making you rack your brain to try to figure this one out, my space here is limited, so I’ll just tell you. They’re all elements of one day.
Can you imagine that this handsome man would want you to put him in a male chastity device and control his orgasm? This may sound barbaric or even unrealistic that any man would want this, but to some couples it can be a way to add excitement to their sex life.
Are you bored with sex? Do you find yourself often failing to reach climax? Have you become largely uninterested in initiating sex? Fear not – these things are common, especially when you’ve been with a partner for a long time. After several years together, it may feel like you’ve explored every nook and cranny of your partner that there is to discover. Sex feels comfortable, familiar, and almost like a duty. But back when you were first together, it was passionate, fiery, and (multi)orgasmic.
You can follow this series at drmattmorris.com Meet the mythical couple - Will and Rene have been married for 8 years. In the meantime, they've had two beautiful children. Their lives are full of work, taking care of the kids, running the home, and staying connected with friends and family. But at the end of the day, when the crawl into bed, there is little energy or desire left over for sex. They both know it. They fight about it. But they really don't know what to do about it and it doesn't seem to be getting better. Other parts of their life and marriage are satisfactory, but not their sex life.
Whether you called it quits or he did, you never expected to be in this place. The joint future you envisioned is kaput.
If you want to lose weight and keep it off, the most effective combination is an inspired inner drive to do well and a personalized program that you co-create with your health coach. The first part is, well, very much up to the individual. The second part is a matter of strategy and applied learning, a bit of trial and error on the rocky road to success. Your personalized program may involve any number of creative solutions until your routine feels just right, and that is a normal part of the process!
In a recent post by The Atlantic Monthly, the University of Virginia's National Marriage Project reports college educated women make more money when they delay marriage.