Last weekend, I was at a good friend of mine’s wedding in the Catskills. I promised you last week that I would get an exclusive from him. And I got it! Just to give you a little background on my friend. (I’ll call him “Mark.”) He was an avid dater. I mean, he had spreadsheets on the number of women he had dated. Yes, he was absolutely an eligible bachelor: good looking, nice family, kind, and good values. So you can imagine that when he hit the online dating market, there were a lot of women interested.
Sex is so important to a marriage that many marriage therapists suggest scheduling time for intimacy, but couples complain that it feels forced. This is where a getaway comes in.
Are you sick and tired of being out with your guy and having to watch him watch other women the whole time? You've tried to ignore it. You've glared at him, pursed your lips and sighed dramatically. You've even tried talking to him about this disrespectful habit of his ... and he still does it!
For two years, Kora had been having an on and off affair with her high-school sweetheart, a separated man who lived over a thousand miles away. It ended when Sean, her husband, had discovered some letters in her desk drawer. Because Kora and her lover lived so far apart it was easy for Sean to validate Kora’s claims that the affair ended. Moreover, her lover had reunited with his wife and family.
You hear people talk about meeting their soulmate and scoff or roll your eyes...until it happens to you. When you least expect it, you bump into someone and everything feels so familiar. The more time you spend together and the more you get to know the person, the more it feels like you two are just supposed to be a couple. It’s like you and your love are puzzle pieces that fit together perfectly. This is what a soulmate relationship can feel like.
Nobody quite knows what to say when they discover their partner is having an affair? What can you say? You trusted in and believed in your partner and you feel let down and hurt. Here are some ways you can communicate to your partner how you feel and to see whether or not you want to give your relationship another chance.
With nearly one-third of marriages in the United States being second-time unions, more and more couples are giving love a second chance by saying 'I do' all over again. But what can you do to make your next marriage last long after the honeymoon is over?
As their marriage therapist, the most important thing I did for Don and Sarah was help them see how their insecurities were being played out in their married life together and blocking them from truly knowing—and being known—by each other.
So many things can go wrong in a relationship if two essential things are lacking: communication and integrity. Improve your relationship before its loo late with these tips!
When you get remarried, the chances of the union being successful are much higher than the first marriage. Why? Because second-timers go into marriage with the rule book. Here's a list of the four strongest reasons why second marriages are successful.
Faking orgasms has unfortunately become a typical aspect of many relationships. However, if a partner finds out it can cause more problems than what you may have been trying to prevent. Read on to see what our expert says about stopping the faking and creating a healthier relationship.
In today's day in age, when half of all married couples end up getting divorced, its hard to not think that your marriage could end up as one of them. Our expert reveals The 7-year Marriage Contract, a tool that could be useful for strengthening you relationship so when you say "till death do us part", you really mean it.
When a relationship is going throug serious problems. Some think the only way to ge ttheir mind off of their problems is to have an affair, citing that it was bound to happen. But is an affair actually inevitable? Our expert reveals four ways that you can prevent an affair from ever occuring.