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.
Did you ever meet one of those couples that boast about how they still keep things lively in the bedroom, even after a million years of marriage? Did you ever believe them? If not, let YourTango Expert Esther Perel convince you that it may be time for a change of heart.
Are you and your spouse having trouble conceiving a child? Is it starting to take a toll on your relationship? If so, help is on the way.
Do you try to organize dinners to regularly connect with your family, but your spouse and children don't seem to enjoy them? Are you wondering if you should just give up on the idea? If so, help is on the way.
Why does good sex fade even among couples who continue to love each other? Why does good intimacy not guarantee good sex? Can we want what we already have? These are just a few of the questions posed and considered by therapist and author Esther Perel in a lecture entitled "The Secret to Desire in a Long-Term Relationship."
Are you with a great guy but not sure where the relationship stands? Are unsure if you're his girlfriend? Here's how to get his commitment without driving him away.