Spring is in the air, and many of us are in the mood to purge, clean, and start fresh. While you're cleaning out your closets, consider making these five changes in your love life if your relationship isn't as fulfilling as you wish it was.
by Julie Robinson I used to be the kind of woman who would literally moan during a Matthew McConaughey film. I guess I’m still that kind of woman, but I don’t make an effort to get to the movies much these days. It was during this time that 13 Conversations about One Thing came out in theaters. To be honest, I don’t remember the premise much, but this idea of repeating the same mistakes over and over again without really realizing it is something that occurs when midlife dati
Current television programs, magazine articles, movies and music don't represent marriage very well. The area they do the worst job covering is married sex. In many ways, even though most of the single people I know want to get married, the marriage rate has gone down. Couples who believed that cohabitating would keep their sex hot have been disillusioned and disappointed when they find out that what keeps sex hot is the security of a committed relationship.
The problem with buying into common untruths In high-powered corporate jobs, women experience greater success with more masculine energy. The opposite is true in love. When women bring an abundance of masculine energy to love, they have a difficult time finding true and lasting love with a masculine man.
These blogs for me are about challenging the standards that people and mostly woman seem to accept on how we should be treated and how we behave. I ask my readers to take a glance at the behavior of #WomanNation and acknowledge that a change is necessary. At times what I say will make some say “who does she think she is” I’ll simply answer “Me”. If somebody being them makes you feel a sort of way about yourself, It’s oblivious; you have some questions about the choices you’ve made in life.
When reading the surveys and the questionnaires that I receive, many people express that they want a committed partner and someone that is a good companion. I started thinking about this relationship question: what makes a good companion? Do you have what it takes to be a good companion to your love interest? Here are 7 ways that you can be a good life partner and companion to someone. Ask yourself these relationship questions:
By Jane Greer, Ph.D., Relationship & Sex Talk for GALtime.com Kirsten Dunst and Garret Hedlund reportedly spent a lot of time together at the Sundance Film Festival. But when they get back to a more regular schedule, the co-stars of the upcoming movie “On the Road” might be faced with that question all new couples must deal with: How do we mesh our worlds without giving up what is important to us individually and possibly losing ourselves in the process? In other words, how much time should we spend together?
If you know Anthony Davis is No. 1-seed Kentucky's freshman phenom or that you should never count Tom Izzo's Spartans or Coach K's Blue Devils out, this is for you. Reasons guys should date ladies who love sports. (But we can still send it out to dudes en masse as a reminder...)
Are you craving more passion in your love relationship or marriage? Perhaps you're on a tight budget and so a cozy table at a quaint restaurant or a getaway to a secluded resort are not happening for you and your mate right now. Maybe you'd like to ensure that your romantic attempts are personal and don't seem so predictable-- like flowers, cards or candy.
The Art of Seduction: Learn to Tease In an intimate relationship it's always important to know the art of seduction; but before the act of seduction, you must first determine if your partner is in a sexual mood or not. Seduction on an unresponsive partner would prove to be a useless effort, not to mention it will leave you quite depressed rather than excited.
Record numbers of boomer couples are opting out of unsatisfactory marriages and starting over. The Wall Street Journal recently posted an article about the impact of the soaring divorce rate for those over fifty. Unlike those of previous generations who divorced later in life, newly single boomers expect to date, find love, and possibly remarry.
Common Causes of Marital Discord -- Including Infidelity -- and Their Resolution Although no two situations are alike, there are some common patterns that often result in marital conflict and sometimes in infidelity in a marriage or committed relationship. Note that they are not mutually exclusive. They are described below. I. Unacknowledged or Unresolved Anger or Resentment
Relationships can truly be the source of our greatest pleasures in life. I am truly committed to helping people discover that they actually have the power to create such profoundly loving and nurturing relationships. In my first three articles I’ve discussed the transformational process of getting out of the box, and accessing your true self that is always waiting to be expressed. This is true for everyone—especially you!!
Want to protect your relationship from an affair? Follow these rules to greatly improve your chances. Affair Proofing Rule #1: STAY CLOSE and keep your relationship fun and fresh! One of the reasons people say they have affairs is they start to feel lonely in their marriages. They don’t feel valued, interesting or attractive to their partner. Contrary to popular belief, both men and women have affairs for emotional reasons, not necessarily sexual. Both are seeking to feel attractive, important and listened to.