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Dear. Dr. Romance: Every Time We Talk, I'm in Tears and He's Mad

Dear. Dr. Romance: Every Time We Talk, I'm in Tears and He's Mad

Dear Dr. Romance: I have been married for 17 years and thought we had a great marriage. 10 years ago I got hurt and have had 6 back surgeries. At one point I would double up on meds and drink to ignore life. During this time my husband was an angel; until he discovered I was taking more meds and drinking. He was so repulsed that i was doing this to our family. He would talk to his friend (a girl) and began to have some feelings.

Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death

Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death

In the same drunken, crazed and brazen spirit with which our nation's forefathers declared our independence from the monarchy so many hundred years ago I propose that the following holiday be added to your calendar immediately. July 5th is Sexual Independence Day!

You did this to me!

You did this to me!

These words, this belief, are the biggest relationship buster I hear in my office. If a wife cheats, if a husband is cross-dressing, if a child is using drugs – those who are affected by someone else’s behavior personalize it. They believe that the other person is doing something to harm them, to piss them off, or to otherwise inconvenience them. There is the expectation, unrealistic as it may be, that “If you love me, you will (or won’t) do …………”

12 Ways To Transform Your Love Life [EXPERT]
Do you need a love life transformation?

12 Ways To Transform Your Love Life

Transformation starts within and is the way to true, positive and lasting change. If you are sick and tired of your results in love, nix your New Year's resolution and focus on transformation instead. Here are 12 ways to transform your love life.

Stop Fighting! 4 Ways To Avoid An Argument [EXPERT]
Are you tired of bickering?

Stop Fighting! 4 Ways To Avoid An Argument

Most arguments begin from a lack of clarity, a miscommunication or a false belief. Couples argue when they feel misunderstood or under-appreciated. These dynamics can lead to disconnection and resentment if they aren't cleared up. To clean up an old argument, or to avoid a new one, here are four ways.