Does your marriage lack the sizzle and spark it once had? Our experts have some tips on how to save your marriage - along with your sex life.
There's scientific evidence why love is much more than feel-good brain chemicals that can fade. Love is an action word. How do you build a loving relationship from the very start of your marriage? Use the exciting love toolkit you get from me and two other top experts in highlights of my radio conversation for A Lasting Love with neurosurgeon, Dr. Charles E. Rawling who wrote It Really Is That Complicated, and R. Milton Quibner, author of the sexual satire, How High Should I Jump?</a>
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?
If you've been married a long time and are dealing with a divorce, here are two tips to moving on.
It's natural for couples to have different opinions on what makes a great sex life. But if you're never in the mood (or he always is!), it's time to do a little personal development work.
Across the world there are plenty of couples who have crossed over 30 years of their matrimony life but never thought to register their marriage legally. Definitely the concept of marriage registration sounds a misfit amid our customs and traditions. One might really question that what is the real need of the getting the marriage registered when entire ceremony is performed before almighty where couple avow before the holy fire to be forever together, through all highs and lows.
Did you know that 67 percent of divorces are initiated by women? Marriage educator and author Lesli Doares lets us know why blaming men is counterproductive to a successful relationship — and why it's important for women to take some responsibility.
Are you getting married to someone you honestly can't stand? "Why do that to yourself and your future?", asks this relationship coach.
Do you ever wish you could change your partner? YourTango Experts Carista Luminare and Lion Goodman joined a panel at HuffPost Live to talk about how to be in a happy, healthy union... even if your partner is less than perfect! Check out this relationship coach advice for longterm love.