Replace the blame and criticism with acceptance and appreciation in order to communicate more efficiently.
Ruth answers a reader's question about finding peace with yourself, love, and with life.
Self acceptance and setting boundaries can help you find your perfect match without being too judgmental.
No one is ever 100% compatible with you, therefore acceptance and appreciation is key in trying to make your relationship work.
Have you ever thought of doing the wildest sexual act with your partner? Don't think about it! If you love and trust one another, go for it! Experiencing new sex ventures with your lover opens your relationship to higher levels of trust.
Falling in love can be easy, but choosing the best candidate is not always the same. Sometimes you find yourself going back and forth in your head, "Is this the person I'm destined to be with? What if it's not?" If this sounds like you even just a little, you should definitely read Life Coach Bonnie Olson's article for support.
Are you anxious and excited about success! You have the best ideas and your determination is on level 10, but something is missing? Maybe you could use a mentor or life coach for the extra push.
Arguments are prone to happen in even those perfect relationships we can't help but smile at. However, when an argument is cooking between you and lover, don't let it make it to the table. There's something to be done! Learn how to avoid losing your cool with your lover.
Is love really all that matters? Does it conquer all...even family values and traditions? We'd all like to think so, but sometimes love just isn't that simple.
Once upon a time, In high school, I memorized a poem that has been a constant source of help and direction in my life and relationships. It’s simple and much more sentimental than today’s cynical age can handle, but the very simplicity of it made it a great navigational tool for me in relationships. “He drew a circle that shut me out; Heretic, Rebel, a thing to flout. But Love and I had the Wit to Win. We drew a circle that took him in” – Edwin Markham