Relationship Coach Keith Dent takes the seven steps involved in the "Sapthapadi" portion of a traditional Indian wedding, and uses it as guide to help marriages last until death does the couple part.
There is a difference between feeling isolated and feeling lonely. Personal development coach Pegi Burdick discusses the differences and how each can have a negative impact on your relationship.
New research has found that of all the possible issues within a marriage, this one thing does quite a number on the heart.
Dating coach team Dr. Charles & Dr. Elizabeth Schmitz discuss why some women succeed in love and others don't. Read on to to see their insights and to take their Marry the Right Guy Quiz.
Too Much To Do. Life gets crazy doesn’t it? You’ve fit your kids’ basketball and cheerleading practices into your schedule along with the dance recitals, the board meeting the business trip - and on it goes... It’s a whirlwind of “to-dos.” But where does your marriage fit into all of that? How much time do you put into making your marriage a priority, into making it what you want it to be?
There is a new piece of research in from the University of Rochester published in December's Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology that is good news for anyone who just cannot get their spouse to a marriage therapist. I absolutely love this study because it confirms what I always thought was true- It is a myth that “Relationships are hard work!”
Are you frustrated with his inability to commit? Let's face it; many men are afraid to make commitments when it comes to love and marriage! Heck, we live in a disposable world – where it is easy to have “one night stands” and avoid commitment to those we fall in love with.
If you're wondering how you can bring intimacy back into your marriage and sex life, check out these must-read tips.
What makes for a happy, fulfilled relationship? While this is a complex question that doesn’t lend itself to a quick answer, there are aspects of successful and lasting relationships that have been studied by experts and many approaches to pick from. The good news is that if you are in a relatively happy relationship, there are some simple things you can do – positive behaviors – that can make your relationship better.
Dr. Romance writes: Richard and I have been married since 1982 It hasn’t always been easy, but it’s definitely been worth it. In the first year of our marriage, after a difficult struggle between us, I gave my husband a card. On the front it said, "I love you", many times, and inside it said, "It's a dirty job, but someone has to do it." That phrase has carried us through many difficult times since. We have kept our love alive, and the joy of this relationship carries us through the rest of life.