This weekend as we set our clocks forward an hour, life coach Debra Smouse encourages you to reconnect to yourself — and your relationship. You may be losing an hour, but what will you gain?
Relationships are tough but are you trying too hard to turn your relationship into something it's clearly not? Find out if you're a relationship flogger.
I know normally people wouldn't associate love with serial murder. But since I've started this project of going on 50 first dates with one guy from each state, I've been more open to getting answers, tips and advice from unlikely sources.In this case, a sociopath.
I am 40 years old. I have recently ended a 15 yr relationship, we have twin autistic boys together. The thing is that the reason why we split up was because he abused me over the years, verbally and physical. In april of last year he was drunk and got mad at me and smashed my face into a wall and choked me. So i called the police and he spent 6 months in jail for it. During that time i had met somebody else. I have feelings for him. Im like a giddy school girl when it comes to him. I smile when I think about him, when he texts me, when he calls me etc...
Either he wants it too often or she complains he isn't interested anymore. Why is it so hard to make our sex drives match up?
Relationship coach Elizabeth Stone asks if the secret to finding love is closer than you think. With Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher getting engaged, the question is whether friends make the best lovers and spouses. Read on to see if friendship is the best foundation to everlasting happiness and why some friends will never make the cut.
Dear Dr. Romance: I've been dating my girlfriend for 5 almost 6 months now. We hit it off from the very beginning and fell in love a couple months into the relationship. Both of us are independent people and level headed, but there's a deep connection between the two of us and the relationship was going GREAT until recently. She even brought up moving in together this summer and I was all for it.
Life coach Teresa Maples shares her personal journey of being the partner of a cheater and how she was able to move on. Equipped with personal experience, Maples shares the two ways you can start to heal and move on from infidelity.
Dear Dr. Romance: Last year, my boyfriend he broke up with me 3 days before my birthday. On the actual day, he didn't even so much as text or call to wish me a happy birthday - or even send me a card. I was devastated, esp because I really made a big deal of his birthday last year - bought him a very expensive cake, made him dinner, got him a thoughtful gift and card, etc.
Dr. Romance writes: Many of my clients want to know: What is a safe surrender to love? They have been in love before, and have gotten hurt. While we all are aware of the joy and beauty of love, and the profound pleasure of being in love, most of us are also afraid of mistakes, of making a wrong decision. We know, on an inner level, that living and loving by chemistry alone can be dangerous. Many of us equate good chemistry with true love, and bad chemistry with lack of love, yet we have trouble knowing which is which.
Relationship coaches Susie & Otto Collins explain why effective communication is key to any successful relationship. Read the article to see why couples argue the same ole' argument and how to quickly diffuse the situation to make up and move on.
If you’re thinking about having sex with a friend, be very careful, because it is not easy to preserve a friendship once you have sex. We think we can control our feelings, but it's not so simple. • If one of you becomes romantically attached as a result of the sex, the friendship will probably not survive. • If you've done it before, and you know you can keep your feelings in check, you might be successful, but what about your friend? Are you sure he or she is aware of his or her own feelings and motives?