There's definitely some truth to the saying that our relationships, romantic and otherwise, define us. But how do we make sure that all of our relationships are healthy and not poisonous to us? Is it possible that there's more to Gandhi's famous words "Be the change you want to see" than we may have originally thought?
Sure, men and women have different sexual parts but how different are they really when it comes to sex? Our Experts discuss libido, orgasms and just how the male and female brains really differ when it comes to sexuality.
What exactly are the real differences between men and women and just how critical is open and honest communication to bridging the gender gap?
Cynthia James and Carl Studna discuss the difference between men and women and how we can better our lives and relationships by better communication.
Being rejected is a bummer, right? No one likes being romantically interested and then jilted. But is it possible that being rejected actually makes you stronger and more ready for a relationship?
Sure, there are a lot of reasons to have sex. But is the physical, pleasurable sensation the only reason most people enjoy sex?
Now that you've finally brought your precious gift home and you're settling into a routine, you find yourself wanting to spend some time with friends... away from the house. How soon after having a baby can you go out with your friends and not feel guilty?
Sometimes we mistake sexuality for intimacy. What's the difference? And which is more important for your relationship? Our experts differentiate between the two terms and discuss how to increase your levels of intimacy or sexuality in a relationship.
Do you know what a PUA is? PUA is the acronym for pickup artist. Pickup artists are men who know all the right moves and have the art of seduction up their sleeves. If you want to learn how to tell the difference between who's really interested or is simply running game, you may want to keep these tips in mind.
It's natural for you to feel angry and betrayed after finding out that your partner had an affair. Is it possible to get over that anger for a swift divorce? Can divorce mediation really work even if one party has been cheated on?
We've all heard about porn wrecking relationships but can it ever help them? From the secrecy that comes from the fear of being shamed to porn addiction, is it really possible that watching porn could actually lead to a healthy sex life?
We all know the rules: NO SEX on the first date. But what if someone told you that rolling in the hay wouldn't make or break your relationship?
So you filled out an online dating profile and yet there has not been a flood of emails. Is it possible that you're doing something wrong? If you want to score that first date, you're going to have to go a bit deeper than saying that you're just as comfortable in a pair of sweats as you are in a tuxedo, Mr. Gatsby.