One of women's top complaints is: "All he wants is sex." Relationship coach Faith Deeter gives 4 tips to understanding what may be driving him, and how you should deal with it in a way that benefits him, you and your relationship.
How often has your husband or boyfriend joked that you're just killing him with the incessant nagging, the over-the-top demands, and the innumerable requests? Sorry to break it to you, but he might be on to something. New research suggests that being nagged can lead to a speedier death - especially among men. Unfortunately, that's not the only way you could be (secretly) killing your man:
Are you and your partner not able to talk as easily as you used to? Expert Gal Szekely discusses what could be causing your communication problems, and offers tips on what you can do to save your relationship.
Choosing to be in a relationship because it's convenient is never a good enough reason. If you can't say "yes" to these 6 questions, chances are you've settled on the wrong person. It could be time to move on.
Jianny Adamo answer a question from a man who proposed to his girlfriend but now regrets it. Read on to see the valuable advice that will help him be honest without destroying his relationship.
A variety of people love to discuss their intimate affairs and especially their love and sex lives with close friends and even family. Some cannot help it to blurt out their intimacies to colleagues and at times, to strangers! Those who share a close bond with a group of valued friends would usually limit their sharing-sessions to these friends alone. It is the ones without any close friends that seek out the attention of family members or strangers and they typically cannot get enough.
Every day we are bombarded with "good" relationship "wisdom" and advice, but not all advice is good advice. So who do you believe? What advice should you take to heart? Relationship Coach Michael Griswold shares 3 important perils offered by many relationship 'advisers'.
Being an adult child of newly divorced parents can be difficult. There are a ton of new emotions and challenges that come along with this change later in life. Author and divorce coach Terry Gaspard explains how to move on from your parents' "gray divorce" with 8 helpful tips. Read on if you have found yourself in this unfortunate circumstance.
Love is democratic. Unlike a Country Club it doesn’t require expensive initiation fees or arduous tasks to prove one’s worth. We are all already worthy of love. Everyone deserves to have it for themselves and others. In the search for love it can almost become like a quest for the Holy Grail. In reality love is found within and not on some exposition trip to all dating events within your state or country.
In romantic depictions of love, cute little images of cherubs and cupids abound. But Cupid, in his real incarnation, is not so sweet and cuddly. His arrows can create deep and lasting wounds, and can strike you blind and irrational in a heartbeat. A few disaster-filled run-ins with Cupid’s dart and you can readily believe that love will never work for you.
Looking back on a past relationship, you may think you were settling for someone who didn't deserve you. But you also have to face the fact that there was a period when you did want to be with that person. Expert Lisa Shield explains why we are never settling when we are in a relationship and why we choose to love people who are wrong for us.
Marriage Sex Counseling: it can be taboo, but it can also be important for some couples who's marriage and sex life need some repair.
As women, we're often so curious what's rolling around inside a guy's minds — so I decided to sneak in for a moment, and ask 10 of them to tell me the #1 piece of advice they learned from their moms when it comes to dating, love, or successful relationships. Here's what I learned.
Scheduling sex may not sound romantic but when you're busy, it's better than nothing. Read on to see what relationship expert Michael Griswold suggests you do to keep the passion alive in your relationship.
Dr. Jamie Turndorf (aka Dr. Love) asks: Could you be laying guilt trips to shut another person up? She also discusses the reasons people fall into the habit of guilt trips, and how they can be stopped.