Loving an addict is undeniably difficult. Addiction is a family disease that wreaks havoc on the lives of the addict as well as the addict's family and loved ones. The addict's primary relationship is with his or her mind-altering chemical (or compulsive behavior) at the expense of other relationships.
Dating is complicated. There are so many questions you think about when searching for that special someone that sooner or later becomes more of task than anything. Our expert reveals a new way to to think about this 'task' to find your mate.
Words are powerful. They can cut you, heal you, inspire you, and stop you from certain actions. Learning the language of marriage takes time, but if you use any of these words, you should stop right now.
Sometimes we feel like we have to be around on our significant other all the time. Truth is, sometimes you need some boundaries to and some independence to create a strong, healthy, and intimate relationship.
Men and women pull out all the stops to find love. They work out, dress well and keep themselves well-groomed ... until they find a committed relationship. It's important to be healthy not just to keep your partner happy, but to feel good in your own skin.
In the digital age, we have so many more ways to connect whether it's texting, emailing or instant messaging—and that means ways more ways to flirt with each other.
Breaking up is hard to do. But did you know breaking up on a specific day might affect how quickly you heal? Our expert reveals the best day to split so you can quickly your way to a healed heart.
You might think that once you reach a certain age, condoms are no longer necessary. But, in fact, just the opposite might be true and our expert explains why.
Between your kids' sports schedules, your sick mother-in-law and both of your full-time jobs ... it never seems like the right time to divorce. But delaying your decision to split can do more harm than good.
According to PsychCentral, new research finds that some people are better off not having a spouse than being in a poor relationship. Furthermore, people in bad relationships had more than double the risk of depression than those with the best relationships.