Dr. Romance writes: Why do relationship counselors, speakers and authors say repeatedly that your relationship depends on how well you communicate with each other?
Dr. John Gray gives advice to a woman who is trying to balance the stress of work with her relationship. The secret? Dr. John Gray reveals two ways you can reduce stress when you get home from work.
Congratulations! The upbeat, All-American-esque cutie you met last week has asked you out on date. You're pretty darn happy for yourself, but let's face it, you're also dying on the inside of nervousness. Never fear — luck is on your side, as are we. Follow our six tips for first date preparation and tell us how your night turned out:
Online dating. Yes. We said it. And, as it so happens, we've done it, too. The once super taboo, let's-come-up-with-another-story-about-how-we-met form of meeting people is becoming ever more popular in a culture that has less and less free time and fewer real opportunities to be introduced to the right people. We do everything else online—so why not meet people there, too? To all you single-and-looking ladies out there who might think, "Uh, I'm not sure if I'm ready for that," hopefully we can help ease you into it. Because as weirded out as our parents (and even our own friends) may be by the idea, the Matches, eHarmonys, and OKCupids of the dating realm will only become ever more prevalent in the coming years, especially for working—and over-worked—professionals. What's more, your pool of singletons has grown even larger in the past year, thanks to an economy-in-shambles. With less money to spend on entertainment (and let's face it, more time at home for those unlucky enough to have lost their jobs), people are spending more and more time online than out and about. Instead of their local watering hole, singles are perusing the online personals for dates. What does this mean for you? It means you've got more talent to choose from than ever before. And when it comes to finding your match, choice means the difference between swooning and settling.
Evan Marc Katz shares five definitive reasons why it might not be a good idea to get back together with your ex.
Dating expert Evan Marc Katz answers a question from Ask YourTango, where readers seek out advice on love and relationships. In this segment, Evan helps a woman identify a common dating mistake: telling a guy too early in the relationship that you are interested in long-term commitment. For more on Evan Marc Katz, visit evanmarckatz.com. If you have your own relationship conundrum that needs to be solved, head on over to http://www.yourtango.com/questions.
Esther Perel helps a woman take responsibility for the fights she initiates with her husband.