Humans weren't mean to be solitary. Even if it feels safer sometimes, does it ever feel quite right? This personal development coach explains why you should overcome commitment-phobic tendencies.
New cell phone apps are claiming they can help you maintain a healthy partnership. But is filling a virtual "love tank" going to make your love go the distance? This relationship expert doesn't think so.
Every choice we make effects the success of our relationships. Read this expert relationship coach advice on how to improve your relationship and find love.
This marriage therapist has some great advice for couples with contrasting work schedules. How can you find time for household upkeep, childcare and romance? Read on to discover the tricks.
Relationships are challenging, if not one of the most challenging things we ever experience. We can all think of at least one relationship we’ve had where we experienced struggle, heartache, disappointment, stress, and pain in our own unique way. Though relationships are very complex, there is one realization that I made about a year ago that forever changed the way I viewed and acted in relationships. As a result, my relationships have been much more fulfilling and much less stressful. The realization?
When couples don't properly communicate, the result can be an unnecessary breakup. Learn how to stop things in their tracks before a communication breakdown goes too far.
In order to put the spark back into your relationship, you need to remind yourself why you fell in love with your significant other in the first place.
How to repair your relationship after a betrayal or serious upset. Learn how to fix your relationship and rekindle your love.
Your relationship should never make you feel depressed, but if you find yourself noticing these ten signs, ask yourself whether or not it's a healthy partnership.
As love and marriage experts, our favorite research question for a woman whose marriage has failed is : Why do you think your marriage failed? The answer we often get from our female respondents is this, "I thought I could fix him." We wish she had asked us about this issue before she decided she could change him into "Mr. Right."