Forgiveness can be one of the hardest things to offer after infidelity, but these relationship experts explain why it's important to open yourself up to healing. Discover why playing the victim is harmful to your emotional recovery, and how placing the blame makes it hard to move forward.
Marriage can bring up all sorts of questions about your future spouse, and some of the answers may make you second-guess your commitment. Financial issues are some of the most important considerations before you say "I do". Listen up to this marriage advice to be truly sure about tying the knot.
There is no rewind button, but effective communication geared toward improving the future of your relationship is definitely worth a shot, and a read of these tips.
Congratulations! You're engaged! Now that you're planning a wedding with your partner, know that how well you communicate and make joint-decisions could be an indicator of how your marriage will fare. Learn to communicate now & reap the benefits for years to come.
Rather than trying to change your partner and fall under the "tyranny of shoulds", work together as a parenting team desiring to raise your child in a stable, loving environment.
Think you need a three-car garage? Think again. Haven't considered the possibility of divorce? This expert highlights some common money mistakes couples make. Marriage and money really do go hand in hand.
Because I want to stay happily married and give our three-year-old son the kind of joyful home I didn't have while I was growing up, I put my marriage first. That's right. My husband comes before anyone else in my life, including my beloved child.
Making love is a very important part of any healthy and happy marriage. Married couples often wonder how their sex life stacks up against other couple's sex life. In particular, men always seem to want to have sex more often than their wives, so wives are curious about comparing their personal experiences with others. While you can always compare notes with your friends who are willing to share with you about their sex life, you can do a self-assessment to determine if you have a "normal" healthy and happy sex life.
After 30 years of marriage, and may I add a very happy 30 years with my best friend and soul mate, my wife and I know a little bit about keeping the spark in a marital relationship. Simply put, you must keep romantic love alive in your relationship if you want a long, happy marriage. Most marriages begin with incredible love and passion between the two partners and that includes a steamy, insatiable sex life. That couple often renews that love following a wedding, honeymoon, or even a special anniversary.
If you find yourself coming up against the same barriers time and time again, it might be a good idea to look back at your past and look at how you make decisions. Our personal development coach gives you insight on how it can help you move forward in a positive direction in your life.
Sex coach Dr. Tina Tessina educates a reader on what to do with a husband who has confessed to being attracted to men. Is he gay? Bisexual? Experimenting? Dr. Tessina explores the possibilities and how to go forward in the relationship.