Dear Dr. Romance For many many years, i have been the income earner for our 4 kids and my wife while she was home raising the kids. Day in day out I was working sometimes three jobs. I got into a career that took 10-15 hrs per day for the first three years - the money was great and I thought everything was going awesome especially since everyone was enjoying spending my money on lavish things.
All too often in life, people make assumptions about love and relationships that do not stand up under scrutiny—that are not supported by the available evidence. So, what are the facts? One of the great misconceptions of all time about love and relationships is this—just do the big things and everything will turn out well. And what do the big things include?
Sounds wild, but whether you come from a rational or emotional home can determine how likely you are to find yourself celebrating marriage. How does your background affect your relationship now? This expert tells his personal story about his path to accepting the gift of love.
The loss of a pregnancy or the inability to have children is a scary situation for couples; each party will have his or her own way of dealing with the challenges. Fertility expert Amy Wenzel offers a look into the many feelings that come with infertility and loss — and why they can lead to divorce.
Fighting With Your Sweetie Over Money Just Makes You Bitter. Do you have the same fight over and over again with your partner over finances? Consider the root of the problem. Are your opinions on finances totally different? Here, learn how to fix the issue for good. There was a television show back in the 70’s called: The NewlyWed Show. On that show, three couples were asked a range of questions that were about habits, borderline intimate, but always revealing what one did not know about their partner.
This relationship expert and divorce coach wants you to rethink how you spend time with your spouse: is it about quantity or quality? Read on to see if you're guilty of these accidental marriage-busters, and learn how to make the time with your spouse as valuable as possible.
Marriage therapist Angela Smith wants you to stay happily married. Is it possible? Sure is. Smith explains the activities couples can engage in to build trust for a long-lasting marriage free of nasty divorce threats.
This relationship expert's 6 unique tips will keep your marriage on solid ground. Prepare to be pleasantly surprised!
The excitement of meeting someone new brings out the best in all of us, and the journey ahead feels like an open road full of possibility. But when the relationship begins to feel stale, how do you deal? Many couples resort to poor communication and nagging, but who wants that? Here's some real-life marriage advice you'll actually use.
The post is called 'Marriage Isn't For You', and it's gotten 24 million views and counting. Basically, a dude says, "Look what I did! I realized I'm not the center of the world!" and he's catapulted to internet stardom and met with instant, widespread praise. But this isn't really about love; it's about control.
Don't sacrifice your me-time for the sake of your relationship. Both partners in all couples need a break to recharge and wind down, so they can bring their best selves to the relationship.
Traditional marriage therapist advice can help you communicate better and more clearly. But it's hard to do that if you don't know WHY you're arguing. Learn why some of your triggers may be as old as you are — and how to overcome the barriers to honest talk.