Despite some of the horror stories you hear about long distance relationships, they can survive if you follow these tips and steps on making it work.
Dr. Romance video, click here for video. When your partner refuses to help solve the problem, you have no choice but to focus on your own need until you get cooperation. As long as you offer every opportunity to cooperate and you extend an invitation to your partner to join you whenever he or she wishes, you are free to focus your attention on solving the problem for yourself.
I received the following in an email: “There once was a little boy who had a bad temper. His father gave him a bag of nails and told him that every time he lost his temper, he must hammer a nail into the back of the fence. The first day the boy had driven 37 nails into the fence. Over the next few weeks, as he learned to control his anger, the number of nails hammered daily gradually dwindled down. He discovered it was easier to hold his temper than to drive those nails into the fence. Finally the day came when the boy didn't lose his temper at all.
Have you ever had a relationship where your partner has gone behind your back and talked about you and your relationship with them to one of their friends, who just happened to be of the opposite sex? I have had this happen on numerous occasions. I still cannot fathom why this happens and why partners think this is the best way to get advice about your relationship. Never go to the opposite sex for relationship advice, especially if you are seeking advice from another woman!
It’s the “C” word that so many people dread talking about. (We’re not referring to a disease that’s the subject of a popular tv series, by the way.) At some point when you’ve been dating, hanging out, having fun and possibly sleeping together too, you might start to wonder. You wonder whether it’s okay for you to spend the night at his place as often as you do.
Back in the day, relationships were easier because they were well defined. Men wooed women through courtship. But nowadays, men and women hook up before committing to a relationship with each other.
Are you stuck in a relationship rut with your partner? Our expert shares easy tips to help strengthen the love in your relationship.
Many of my clients have come in complaining of a lack of motivation; from not being motivated enough on the job, to not being able to diet, quit smoking, or get out of bed in the morning. They desire to achieve both positive and negative motivations—positive motivations and being motivations toward doing something; negative motiviations being toward NOT doing something (not smoking, for example).
Question from Colin B.: I’m very territorial about my property and am very particular about the fact that no one looks at texts and e-mails on my phone, including my girlfriend. She and I just got into a fight over this issue, and she’s calling me paranoid. Am I taking my privacy too far? Answers from Our Love Experts:
A recent study by Coldwell Banker found that about one in four married couples younger than 35 bought their first home together before they actually tied the knot. This makes financial sense ... but does it make sense in terms of your relationship?
My husband came home from work one day and handed me a book about improving our marriage. "Am I really that bad?" I asked, looking down at the book as my lips began to quiver and mascara ran down my cheeks. Without hesitation, he replied, "Yes." I realized that passing the book to me was his cry for help. Maybe the last one he'd deliver. I suddenly felt sad, scared and very, very sorry.
So you’ve been dating for a while and everything seems to be headed towards wedded bliss and happily ever after, but is it really? Sometimes we fool ourselves into thinking that a relationship is for us, when it really isn’t. Sometimes we’re scared to be alone so we hang onto a relationship. It’s almost as if we are wearing blinders – our friends and family may see that this is NOT the relationship for us, but we insist on maintaining the relationship, no matter how much effort it takes or how t
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