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Why I Regret My Passive-Aggressive Past [EXPERT]
How often do you roll your eyes at your spouse?
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Is Your Partner Passive-Aggressive?

Theoretically, asking your husband or wife to empty the dishwasher should be totally devoid of drama or tension. It's just one of many chores necessary to keep your home functioning, right? However, with a passive-aggressive personality, any situation has the potential to go from the trivial to emotional combat.

Is There a Ghost Lurking in Your Relationship?
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Is There a Ghost Lurking in Your Relationship?

We all have past relationships, experiences and memories. No one comes into adulthood with a clean slate. And if you’re past the age of 25, you most likely have had at least one significant romantic relationship if not more. As you look back and reminisce on your past, you will find that some of those memories are sweet and some are sour. Life is filled with both. Your past is filled with both. The question is not if your past in lurking in your present relationship, but how.

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All couples face challenges, here are 10 ways to overcome them and be your best.
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10 Ways To Put Your Best Foot Forward In Your Relationship

We start dating with the best intentions, taking care to be our best selves. Then we get comfortable and complacent. You can blame your partner or you can commit to making sure you keep working to earn that long-term affection. Here are 10 ways to put your best foot forward in your relationship—and to keep moving.

9 Ways You're Sabotaging Your Relationship Prospects
Dreaming of that perfect relationship?
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9 Ways You're Sabotaging Your Relationship Prospects

Some people are good at relationships. The people they encounter are emotionally available and commitment-ready, and they sail smoothly into monogamous relationships as if on command. And then there are those who are more relationship challenged. Mystified by how to transform a Match.com profile into a boyfriend or how to meet a guy who's not a total commitmentphobe.

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Help! My Husband & I Fight Constantly

You and your husband have been fighting non-stop lately. It seems like everything he does or says gets on your last nerve, and you just want it to stop. How can you get both of your points across without arguing? It seems like an impossible feat.

What Lies Beneath Emotional Infidelity? [EXPERT]
Has your partner been emotionally unfaithful?
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What Lies Beneath Emotional Infidelity?

Emotional infidelity occurs when you or your partner become emotionally connected with someone outside of your relationship, either in person or on the internet. How dangerous to a marriage or committed relationship is emotional infidelity?

Emotional Infidelity: 18 Signs You're Crossing The Line [EXPERT]
Has your "friendship" gone too far?
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Emotional Infidelity: 18 Signs You're Crossing The Line

In this day and age, most of us have friends of the opposite sex, whether they are co-workers, casual acquaintances or close confidantes. The question is: how close is too close when you're in a romantic relationship with someone else? Here are some signs that your so-called friendship may be entering the not-so-gray area of emotional infidelity.

21 Ways To Prevent Infidelity In Your Relationship [EXPERT]
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
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21 Ways To Prevent Infidelity In Your Relationship

It's impossible to be in a relationship these days without worrying about infidelity. It seems like everywhere we turn, a politician, celebrity or friend is having an affair. So, what can you do to ensure that your man won't cheat on you? Our experts have some practical tips about what you can do to infidelity-proof your relationship. Here they are, in no particular order.

The One Most Important Thing to Know About Relationships
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The One Most Important Thing to Know About Relationships

I've been curious about people and relationships for as long as I can remember. I've asked many questions, probably annoying many with them all. My nickname in high school was WHY! That should give you some idea. What makes people come together? What makes some stick and others part? Why did the very thing that drove my mother crazy about my father make my step-mother chuckle? Relationships once seemed to be so tricky to me.

 3 Ways to Open to Intimacy when You're an Abuse Survivor
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3 Ways to Open to Intimacy when You're an Abuse Survivor

It happened again. Gwen and her husband, Paul, were snuggling on the couch. The kids were in bed and they finally had a few moments to be alone together. It felt so warm and comfortable for Gwen to be in Paul's arms. He stroked her back and they began to kiss-- affectionately at first and then with increasing passion. As the intensity of their intimacy grew, a part of Gwen began to withdraw. Yes, she was physically right there with Paul as they kissed and stroked one another, but on the inside she was freezing up and the moment was no longer pleasant or comfortable for her. Paul could sense her pulling away from him and asked if she was okay. She sighed and replied that she was “just tired.” They turned on the tv instead of heading to the bedroom.

Why Women Relate To 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' [EXPERT]
Have you every known a "wounded guy?"
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Why Women Relate To 'Fifty Shades Of Grey'

Christian Grey is a predator, but one that we can imagine taming; just enough so he will be a mate, but not so much that he becomes boring. He's darkly erotic, powerfully sexy and ready to be "cured." What a fantasy! He is the quintessential "wounded guy". That's the real draw to this story and why it's topping the bestseller lists.

How Threat Emotions Cause Us To Misread Our Partner
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How Threat Emotions Cause Us To Misread Our Partner

Just how well do we read our intimate partners? As long as we’re composed, we’re generally pretty good at it. But whenever our threat emotions (i.e. anxiety and anger) are triggered, accuracy goes right out the window. Emotion-driven misinterpretations spell trouble for relationships. They lead to escalating accusations, disappearing trust and constricting hearts. If only we could recognize how emotions shape perceptions, we could restore close connections with our partner. That’s the aim of this primer.