Do you do everything for your husband and kids? You feel like you over-commit. You give up everything for your relationship and get nothing in return. Do you wonder how to get your needs taken care of and not let down those around you? If so, help is on the way.
When we fall in love, everything seems so simple. We want to be with someone and that someone wants to be with you too. But unfortunately, the rest of life isn't as simple as all that. We're entangled in other committments whether it be our jobs, our kids and other family matters. So at what point do you owe it to a new partner to give full disclosure of your past? And at what point should you expect the same in return?
Whether we're gay, straight or bisexual, we all crave love in our lives. However, is there a takeaway for straight couples in committed relationships from gay couples? What can we learn from each other?
Does this scenario look all too familiar to you? You fall in love (a little too quickly), you break up and then make up every other day, but despite your on-again, off-again romance, you can't seem to pull away. Why do so many women stay in bad relationships like this?
When it comes to what women want in relationships, men (no offense, guys) seem pretty clueless. Why can't they understand women and are women expecting too much of their boyfriends and husbands?
Do you have a strained relationship with your mother-in-law? Are you worried that it's going to hurt your marriage with your spouse if you can't get along with family? If so, help is on the way.
Twenty years ago, John Gray's best-selling book 'Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus' got both sexes talking about whether we are, in fact, all that different. So how are we different—biologically, psychologically and emotionally—and how do those difference affect our relationships with each other?
If you find yourself really intrigued by the idea of swinging with another couple, that doesn't mean that there's something wrong with you. Even though you may be worried that it will hurt your marriage, the only way to know if your partner is okay with polyamory is to just ask!
Is this a familiar scenario? You're feeling adventurous and even a little frisky, so you want to try something new ... maybe it's a toy or a new sex position or something you read out of "Fifty Shades Of Grey." The only problem is, you have no idea how to suggest it to your partner.