Okay, once again, here's the scenario. You call up a male friend in another city, say Los Angeles, and say, “Hey, I am coming into town on such and such a date, can I stay at your place?” Now keep in mind that you have never slept with this friend and you have other friends in the same town that you could potentially stay with, so this man is going to have a bit of anticipation because of your choice.
Click Here for Video Dr. Romance on Holidays with Family and In-laws Marriage means relating to in-laws and extended family. This is what "cleave to each other, forsaking all others" in the old marriage vows meant: Once married, you are now each other's primary relationship, and your relationship with your original family has to change (this is why parents cry at weddings.) So you and your partner have to let both sets of parents know that things are different now, and
Last week, I read a brilliant article by Heather Morgan Shott called "Why I Always Put My Husband Before My Child." The title alone was so provocative that I couldn’t help myself from investigating the article, but also I couldn't wait to read what some of the comments about her beliefs.
This relationship expert's 6 unique tips will keep your marriage on solid ground. Prepare to be pleasantly surprised!
How To Be a Happier -- and More Successful -- Single Parent Are you a single parent struggling with how to make it all work? Dr. Romance offers three tips to happier single parenting. 1. Be a Grownup. I know you’ve probably had a tough time, but you’re a parent, and your child’s wellbeing comes first. If you weren’t in charge of your life before you became a single parent, now is the time to take charge and make good decisions. If you don’t know how to do that, get counseling.
Successful living begins with loving, passionate relationships that are mutually beneficial to both partners. Many people "settle" for just any relationship and never get the love they want and deserve. If you want a loving, passionate relationship with that special someone, then you have to be willing give more of yourself unconditionally to get the rewarding marriage you want and deserve. Zig Ziglar said it best when he said, You can have everything you want if you help others get what they want.
So your partner just lost 30 pounds, and he looks great. But instead of his newfound sexiness stoking the flames of your relationship, you're pissed that he looks better than you in jeans and are turning to the Nutella for comfort. According to a new study, this scenario might not be as far-fetched as it sounds.
The excitement of meeting someone new brings out the best in all of us, and the journey ahead feels like an open road full of possibility. But when the relationship begins to feel stale, how do you deal? Many couples resort to poor communication and nagging, but who wants that? Here's some real-life marriage advice you'll actually use.
The New York Times recently ran an article about couples whose relationships were successful, in their opinion, because they live apart.
We started asking ourselves: why would someone ever write to an advice columnist, when history's filled with people who have gone through similar situations? So we started this series so we could get answers from real experience.* This week, we got a letter from a woman whose "boyfriend" doesn't want to break up. Check out what Simone de Beauvoir, Joan of Arc, Marc Antony and more have to tell her.** We call it Dear History. Enjoy.http://youtu.be/DwIS2uCmUEc