There is no need for you compare your now to the back then. It's only going to start trouble within your relationship. Doubting the love connection in your relationship is the king of relationship problems! If you want to shake the burdensome idea of a deficient relationship, this article by Dr Kristin Davin will help you cope with your emotions.
A new study reveals that social media may be responsible for increasing dissatisfaction in relationships. Relationship coach Lesli Doares addresses whether social media is the cause or the result of bad relationships.
Don't let hanger—or anger caused by hunger—prevent you from finding love! Find out what causes hanger and learn tips on ways to avoid taking it out on your date.
Sometimes, when you feel so disconnected, it's hard to find your way back. Just as winter turns into spring and everything comes back again, so can a relationship. YourTango expert Dr. Karen explains how to find the spark you once had and enjoy a great relationship.
When your once active love and sex life begin to take a turn for the worse, is there any way of saving your relationship? In this video, Relationship expert Matthew Walters is joined by YourTango marriage experts Esther Perel, Lesli Doares, Cynthia Chestnut and Elisabeth LaMotte to touch on the nitty gritty reasons why the feelings of love and intimacy shared between you and your partner sometimes change.
If you are finding yourself almost desperately trying to get the attention of a man you are already deep into a relationship with, or a new man who you just KNOW likes you, you may be - instinctively - doing all the WRONG things.
Dear Dr. Romance: I'm nearly 30 and have been living with my boyfriend for several years. Last year we encountered a rough patch and I felt neglected and unloved and like all respect had gone from our relationship. Unfortunately during this time I got very drunk and kissed another man. I confessed and times were very difficult for a while but eventually my boyfriend decided to forgive me. The problem is that over a year on and he has not forgiven me. Most days he will refer to what I did and how much I hurt him.
Ladies, what happens when Prince Charming doesn't ride in on a white horse to whisk you away to the life you have always dreamed of? Do you turn your nose in disgust if he drives an old beat up pick up truck or a car that isn't brand new? Are you willing to let the perfect man for you slip right through your finger tips because he doesn't have everything you want just yet?
Weekly date nights, interests, hobbies, and friends can all be the cure to making your relationship work!
You may have been Hurt in your childhood by care providers Wounded by parents’ inability to love you Rejected due to incompatibility with the other person Exhibited some behavior unconsciously that was off-putting Shunned due to bad timing as your intended just ended a relationship or isn’t ready to start something new Turned down as there are other things going on in their life e.g. work
“Make new friends, keep the old. One is silver, the other is gold.”—adage Research conducted by Dr. Dean Ornish and others shows that the happiest and healthiest people are those who are well-connected to friends and family. But, in our mobile society, keeping friends is not always possible. Long-term friendships are wonderful and valuable, but if you don’t make new connections as you get older, your group of friends may diminish due to death and relocation.
Some of the most self-sufficient and motivated women I know happen to be in committed relationships as well. I asked them to share all the reasons they love having a significant other and compiled a list.
Do you have crazy trust issues? When you're out on a date with your partner, does he often get whiplash from your mood swings? If you find that you are constantly being visited by the green eyed monster, it's more than possible that you are playing a hand in wrecking your own relationship.
Relationships are hard work and sometimes couples get into a rut. Dr. Tina Tessina offers a list of 9 things you do that are not helpful to your marriage. Read on to see if you're guilty and how to make small, but positive changes.
Relationship expert Michael Griswold discusses the six tips on getting back your girlfriend. Read on if you messed up and want to win her back!
Do you find yourselves having the same fight over and over? How can you effectively communicate with your partner without going to bed angry? Relationship expert John Gray is joined by YourTango experts Bonnie Eaker Weil, Christine Baumgartner, Tammy Nelson and Susan Campbell to discuss the possible reasons why you and your husband are constantly fighting.