Listen up, lovers: Relationship, love and dating guru Charles J. Orlando has one of the simplest (and easiest!) ways to show your partner you care. Do you know what the secret is?
Dear Dr. Romance I am in a same sex relationship of a year and 3 months. My girlfriend Phyllis and I have a constant communication problem that we want to address. Neither of us are currently working. I do get unemploymnet but my bills out weigh my income. Do you know how we can find low cost counseling? Dear Reader: If your bills outweigh your income, you are wise not to pay high fees for therapy. There are low-cost options for counselling:
Does your heart just drop out of your chest when you’re out in in public and all you see is happy couples kissing holding hands, and all you can think about is your ex and how that use to be you? Do you feel like just hiding under a rock so the pain will go away of feeling a lone? You’ve tried everything to get your ex to respond back to you, but nothing seems to be working they just keep ignoring you.
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.
Is infidelity ever forgivable? This woman's fiancé cheated on her in what he claims was a truly "extraordinary" circumstance, and now she doesn't know how to move forward… or if she should. Relationship and love guru Charles J. Orlando has the answer. What would you do?
Today, Michelle Obama turns 50! Her husband may be president of the United States, but the First Lady's no slouch herself. One often overlooked aspect of the First Lady is her sage advice on love and relationships! And as a mother of two girls and wife of 22 years, Michelle's got a lot of meaningful experience to back up her words.
“Was it something I said?!” How many times have you noticed a sudden chill in your partner’s mood and wondered if you unintentionally upset or offended him? How often are you left utterly confused about why she’s turned her back to you in bed?
Looking to change your partner? Try looking at yourself, first. With a little effective communication and a reworking of your objectives, you'll be smooth sailing together in no time.
In this day and age, monogamous relationships are not necessarily the standard. Some may even argue that monogamy is unnatural and a setup for cheating. The idea of having a relationship with more than one person at a time is not that far-fetched and can actually bring about great results if it’s done correctly. And surprisingly enough, it doesn’t have to be covert or underhanded.
Dear Dr. Romance: I had a really bad ending on my last relationship we were engaged. I moved into another relationship a month after he ended it. I was very lonely and my new relationship seemed perfect. Now I'm starting to get mixed emotions about my man. We have together now 1 year. I do love and care about him. But it isn't the love i felt for my ex-fiance. I'm not sure what I see with the future. This man is very in love with me and has recently told me he could see us having a family together. I do not see that.