Are guys really all that keen on getting married? And does he really know if you're the one? We asked guys to spill when it comes to the biggest commitment of a lifetime.
In the years that I have been working with couples, I have seen that there are three basic kinds of marriages. There can be some overlap in the types; but it helps to understand all three, and their uniqueness. I share this categorization because it can help individuals to understand some of the reasons why they may not be fulfilled in their marriages.
The day you wake up and realize to yourself that "I hate my husband" is not a fun one. Nobody goes into a relationship with the hope that they will end up hating their partner...but sadly it happens and today I'm going to show you how to get out of this circle of hate. By the way, if you are looking for tips on how to talk dirty to build sexual tension and turn him on, then you may find this dirty talking tutorial video to be very useful.
Marriage Sex Counseling: it can be taboo, but it can also be important for some couples who's marriage and sex life need some repair.
Whether you have been married for a month or for decades, you can fall into a routine. This routine gives you a sense of comfort and security in your marriage, but you also don't go on dates anymore. Spending some time planning a fun date night with a unique twist will help to rejuvenate your relationship. Skydiving
As wedding season approaches, it strikes me that considering the reasons why not to rush into marriage is timely. I distinctly remember being a college student in the 1970's and feeling pressured to tie the knot while many of my friends were racing to the altar with record speed. I didn't feel that I had much of a choice. Hopefully we are free of the stigma attached to being single in the 21st century and can openly refute the notion that marriage is the solution to personal unhappiness or loneliness.
Relationship expert Michael Griswold offers five tips for the unhappily married couple. Before you consider divorce, check out these helpful hints. They'll help you evaluate your relationship and give insights into whether or not you really want to end your marriage.
My family just returned from our first vacation to Disney World. My sister met us in Orlando to explore the happiest place on Earth with us. While I enjoyed having another adult to help out with the kids, having their Auntie stay in the same room with us also meant that my husband and I didn’t have any "happy endings" at the happiest place on earth. Sad, I know. Here's what I'll do during our next family vacation to make sure we have plenty of opportunities to get intimate.
It's chemistry! Conventional wisdom tells us that opposites attract but could it be that complimentary personalities attract instead? Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil dispenses relationship advice based on which personalities mesh and which clash.
Sometimes we humans have no control over ourselves. We absolutely love newness and when it comes our way, we can be outright obsessive over it. It sounds like possible infidelity cooking, huh? Don't get caught up in a fantasy, be real with your self and read for more love advice from Dr. Romance.
As a couples therapist, I talk about sex a lot throughout my day. How much sex is happening in relationships, what kind of sex is happening in relationship, what kind of sex is being fantasized about in relationships…but mostly what kind of sex is NOT happening in relationships.
Life, love, and marriage do not come with absolute guarantees. However, YourTango experts Drs. Charles and Elizabeth Schmitz show how you can greatly increase the odds that your marriage will last a lifetime.
There are two essential feelings necessary for a marriage to thrive or even survive. Notice that I said "feelings," not emotions. I think that word better describes what I am trying to communicate: someone can feel a certain way. While it ties into an emotional response, it is still different.
When you think about the qualities you want in the man you marry, what is at the top of your list? Dating coach Ronnie Ann Ryan explains why if you're a successful single woman, it's time to look past the paycheck to find a good mate.
If the de-cluttering bug has you sorting through drawers, closets and your garage and basement, you’re in good company. As spring takes root, many of us feel the urge to go through our possessions and get rid of what’s broken, collecting dust, hasn’t fit for years or doesn’t match anything else in the house. It’s a satisfying feeling to fill boxes and bags with unwanted items and then donate them to charity or a local thrift store. It’s even better to have more space in your home and a clearer, cleaner living environment.