If you walked into the room completely naked, your partner STILL wouldn't pay attention to you! This is how it feels for many people. It can seem like everything and everyone else are far more interesting and important to your partner than you are. the smartphone the game on tv texts from friends Facebook work the kids pets parents
MARRIAGE AND COMMUNICATION
If your spouse is telling you "No way will I go to a therapist," all is not hopeless. Start with awareness of three wo common mistakes. Avoid these lest you inadvertently push your spouse away. Pushing him further from you would yield the opposite of your intent to make the marriage better.
Relationships and marriage take more work than we ever imagined. They challenge us to look at our own foibles, fears, and personal struggles deep within. So whether you have been married 20 years, or divorced with a strong faith in the next chapter in your life, take a look at these 5 steps that will help bring your relationship to a much more harmonious place.
Think of a hot, successful date with someone you're attracted to. You have fun, great conversation and more sexual chemistry than a warehouse full of pheromones. You don't have to "work at" the date because it's self sustaining. It runs as smoothly as the gliding hand of a classical guitar maestro and you can't wait for another rendition. But marriage, or any long term relationship; well that's a whole other caboodle.
7 Days of Sex, a new Lifetime reality series, is a mini-experiment that watches two couples per week as they commit to having sex together for seven consecutive days. On episode four, viewers again witness all-around successes. 7 Days of Sex is quite an entertaining new reality series, and it also offers viewers some helpful lessons on keeping the romance and sparks alive in the bedroom. 5 Secrets Of Happily Married Couples [EXPERT]
7 Days of Sex, a new Lifetime reality series, is giving new promise to married couples around the country. The underlying premise of 7 Days of Sex is that couples who promise to have sex seven consecutive days in a row will experience greater intimacy and understanding, along with a renewed spark in the bedroom.
1. Lack of communication - One of the biggest challenges most couples face is poor communication or lack of communication. If one or both partners in the relationship do not communicate their challenges and concerns, this is usually a sign that you're heading down the wrong path.
It happens for just about everyone. At some point while growing up or as an adult, the vow is made, "I'll never be like my mother!" This could be a rejection of her habits, values, opinions, or lifestyle choices. This also possibly includes the way that you perceive how she mis-handled her marriage or love relationship.
Are you and your partner starting to feel like roommates instead soul mates? Is your relationship feeling dry and drained of its vital emotional and sexual intimacy? Do you feel like you’re just not getting what you really need from your partner right now? Do you need to save or uterly transform your relationship?
7 Days of Sex is a new Lifetime reality series that features two couples per week who commit to having sex for seven consecutive days. The “7 Days of Sex” experiment is not a new one, in fact some experts are even suggesting 30 days of sex. #7daysofsex has been a top trending item on Twitter two weeks in a row; people are discussing it, and couples around the country are giving it a try.
Lifetime television has a new reality series called Seven Days Of Sex which follows two couples per week as they are assigned to have sex for seven days in a row. The cameras follow them each step of the way to see what happens during this mini-experiment. The hope is that each couple will spice up their bedroom life, renew their commitment to one another, and transform their marriage.
When partners are having problems, they often say that the problem is communication. What exactly does this mean? What are they trying to communicate? There are various reasons for communicating:
Jenny is irritated and worried. It seems that her fiance, Nick, has been ignoring her for the past several weeks. Sure, he talks to her and shares meals with her, but he seems distant and far away. He forgot their dinner date the other night which he's never done-- ever.
When you live with a jealous spouse, life can be frustrating and exasperating. You may feel that your partner's jealousy gets in the way time and time again. What can be done when it's your partner who seems to be frequently controlled by jealousy Contrary to popular belief, there's actually a lot that you can do. The one thing you cannot do is "solve" your mate's jealousy problem for him or her. As much as you'd like to force your partner to just "get over being jealous," this is nearly impossible.
Have you ever wondered what your partner's behavior means? What starts out to be adorable and loving during the beginning stages of romance turns into a dark smothering controlling nightmare later in the relationship? What has happened? How can the same behavior be making you feel so tense, lonely, and scared?