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."
Patience is virtue, but sometimes your partner says and does some things that make you want to rip out your hair. Here's 9 tips that can help you cope when you can't handle your partner anymore.
Couples come together out of an equal fear of intimacy. This is the answer to many questions about how people end up with each other. “I want to be in an intimate relationship, so why do I keep choosing emotionally unavailable partners?” “Why do I keep finding great guys who live somewhere else?” “Why do all the women I meet want me only for my money?” “Why do all the partners I meet turn out to be addicts?”
The fear of rejection is very real and very scary. Nobody likes being rejected and often times we do not understand why. However, the case may be that we set our own selves up for rejection. Read on to learn how so you can change it for the future.
I have attempted to block out a particular moment from this past winter and have utterly failed. Mere months have passed, yet that moment — along with the few months that preceded it — have aged me enormously, and I’m only in my twenties. It wasn't until my ex girlfriend's problem surfaced that my eyes opened to an epidemic that's been taking down my entire community.
Dear Dr Romance: I hope you will be able to provide me with an insight. I was in a relationship with a man I genuinely loved and wanted future with. Our relationship was lovely to start with but after a few months problems started to emerge: another woman told me he was in a relationship with her and my trust was broken.
Do you consider yourself to be an emotional eater? Do you often emotionally overeat because of your feelings of anxiety and frustration about your relationship? Or, do you feel so frustrated because you keep meeting and dating the "wrong men" and you turn to food for comfort because of this?
I recently watched a video called, “Breaking the Barrier”, which examines at which point in a relationship it becomes ok to fart in front of your lover. Although, obviously intended to be humorous, it got me thinking about how couples degenerate from being polite and trying to impress each other when they first begin dating, to taking each other for granted and treating each other disrespectfully.
Dear Dr. Romance: How can one get over the nervousness of dating again when its been quite a few years since their last date? Dear Reader: If your last relationship lasted for a while, dating again can be a scary proposition. These guidelines can help: Dr. Romance's Guidelines for Successful Dating