Our experts weigh in on how to deal with falling for someone that's off-limits and give four tips on what you can do to navigate this tricky situation.
This marriage educator explains how to reach a place of zen and stop enabling people to push your buttons!
July 30 was an unforgettable day for Alissa Haslam. That's the day her parter, Jeanne, created the most magical proposal for her with the help of 60 friends right outside her office in Seattle.
Most dating singles are skeptical about marriage going the distance, because America has the highest divorce rates in the world. Over half of first marriages end in divorce, with even higher divorce rates for second through forth marriages. Clearly, the love that draws couples together in marriage can't keep half of married couples together through challenging times. How do couples beat the odds and bulletproof a marriage? Understand the true answer to this love test: Is love real or a delusion?
It was his own marriage of 40+ years—plus 35 years of pastoring and marriage counseling—that led Dr. Gary Chapman to publish his first book, 'The Five Love Languages: How To Express Heartfelt Commitment To Your Mate'. It went on to become a best seller, and as a widely-respected expert on love and relationships, he's sharing his relationship wisdom right here with YourTango.
Everybody enjoys being loved, but many struggle to embrace it as they should. You may be one of those people, and up to this point, you may not have accepted that fact.
Exclusive! One of the nation's top dating experts and author of 'Mrs. Right: A Woman's Guide To Becoming And Remaining A Wife' reveals his top five tips for finding lasting love.
You may know Greg Behrendt as that guy from that thing. Or from his writing on Sex And The City, or a lot of you may know Greg Behrendt as the author of He's Just Not That Into You and It's Called A Breakup Because It's Broken. Well, he's back with a new eBook that he co-authored with his charming, brilliant and gorgeous wife Amiira Ruotola—and it's not about douchebags who dumped you or who won't call you back.
For whatever reason, you've put love on the back burner. But when months turn into years and years turn into decades, you suddenly realize how long you've put off finding a true, committed relationship. What do you do now?
Even when you're crazy about someone, it can often be hard to know if he or she is "right" for you. YourTango has come up with 15 signs that you're dating a soul mate. You don't have to check off all of these points to be sure about someone—but if you can say yes to several, you've found someone very special—possibly someone you could fall in love with.
My wife, Cetelia, and I like to burn Yankee jar candles in the house to add fragrance to the air. Often, we've lit the candles in the morning, and let them burn all day. By the evening, the house is saturated with the scent of strawberries, lavender, vanilla, or whatever flavor was burned that day. When it's time to go to bed, we extinguish the flames one of two ways: by a) blowing them out or b) putting the top on the jar.
Falling in love? That's the easy part. But once the honeymoon dust settles, how do you nurture a loving and lasting relationship? What's the glue that holds it all together? From New York to Los Angeles and towns in between, YourTango set out to discover that answer by asking, "What's the best love advice you ever heard?" Here, you'll learn the marriage mantra Kyra Sedgwick shared with Angie Harmon, why actor Eric Dane considers himself so lucky in love, and much more.