Since it's hard to tell when things aren't going well from afar, you may as well look at your own actions to know if you're doing a good job of building a strong relationship or not. See the four signs you're destroying relationship.
All relationships have their ups and downs but there are some red flags you simply cannot ignore. Certain behaviors and tendencies exhibited by your partner indicate an unhealthy and potentially abusive relationship. Be aware of these five dangerous signs to look for in a relationship and spare yourself from physical and emotional harm. Acts of Aggression
I love my children. I also love my smart phone. I appreciate the immediacy of both parenting and cell services, like texting. I also enjoy that my phone offers me a distraction, not to mention a sense of control, in those moments when parenting feels unwieldy and decidedly out of control. Yet I worry about the quality of my parenting when my phone is close at hand (so to speak) and wonder:
If your spouse has an affair, forgiveness is one thing … but can you ever have sex with him again? Psychologist Anne Stirling Hastings is here to explore this issue with chapter 5 of her teachable story about Sharon and Robert, an everyday couple working toward a healthy sex life. This time, they're struggling to move past Robert's infidelity.
Are you frustrated with his inability to commit? Let's face it; many men are afraid to make commitments when it comes to love and marriage! Heck, we live in a disposable world – where it is easy to have “one night stands” and avoid commitment to those we fall in love with.
Relationships take more than wistful wishing. Get the commitment you want by exerting your best efforts.
Relationship expert Dr. Rhoberta Shaler separates the needy adults from the grown-ups and shares the main difference between the two... their fighting style. Read on to learn how you can "grow up" by adding three skills to your relationship repertoire.
Marriage educator Kathe Skinner takes a look at unconditional love and explains why it's a romantic illusion. The real world has real problems, and it's important you and your partner look at your love and relationship realistically. Read on to learn ways you can keep your relationship on the right track.
Alice and Timmy seem to have the perfect life BUT their TV habits and tastes are not in alignment. And it's tearing their relationship apart. Watch as these two lovable 1950s characters manage their DVR space, taste in programs and SPOILER alerts. Maybe TiVo can keep Alice and Timmy from getting a one-way ticket to Splitsville.
Codependency and abusive relationships can lead to unhealthy views of self and behavioral issues down the road. Don't you deserve to be nurtured and treated well?
I have an interesting question for you today. Would you date an alien? If an alien decided to beam down from another planet, and landed in your bedroom, would you date him? If he looked at you with big alien eyes, and in strangely attractive alien language told you he could be the love of your life, would you date the little green guy?
Dealing with anxiety during the holiday season? If you have pet or you're thinking about acquiring one soon, this expert explains how they can reduce tension and help you refocus on what's really important.
Becoming more self-aware and empathetic will lead to more effective communication within your relationships. And better communication makes for happier relationships — doesn't that sound nice?
This dating coach offers women a new perspective on dating: it's not only about the sex! Equipped with personal experience. Learn why while great sex is always a plus, the biggest turn on is a confident woman who can hold her own.
A recent study proved that too much texting back and forth (especially to hash out problems) can cause a disconnect in even the most committed couples. YourTango expert Julie Spira reveals the texts to send — and never send to our partners.