Being in a healthy and committed relationship is all about making sure to effectively communicate with your partner as well as listen to their emotional needs. But what happens when you begin to fall so deep in love that you forget to listen to what your own heart wants?
After divorce, it isn't easy to get back into the dating game. You're so new to the whole process, that you may put it off or refuse to date entirely. However, putting yourself out there and seeing new people is one of the most important steps towards moving on. Dating Coach Julianne Cantarella is here to guide you back into the world of dating. In order to go on dates, you must find potential matches. Julianne suggests several ways in which you can meet a potential date.
It is normal to be nervous about opening up to current or potential partners. However, you're not doing your love life any favors by never letting anyone in. Relationship coach Jasbina Ahluwalia offers insight on what causes you to be so cautious and how to let your guard down.
Is your boyfriend still close with his ex? Does their relationship make you uncomfortable? If so, you're in luck.
It's very common for single folks to worry about finding a potential mate to marry. You may wonder, if I don't meet Mr. Right, should I marry my best male friend?
Are you worried that your man doesn't find you attractive anymore? Do you find yourself looking for different ways to turn him on like you used to? In this video, Relationship Coach and YourTango Expert LiYana Silver dishes the secret of what men are most attracted to in a woman. Contrary to popular belief, physical attraction isn't the only aspect that goes into keeping his attention.
Dating and relationships can be tough to navigate. You want to meet the right man for you, but you fear that your high expectations are setting you on a course towards failure and loneliness. Can you truly hold onto what you're looking for in a relationship without driving men away? Is there a way to really "have it all?"
Should you be friends with your ex? It's an age old question, but the answer isn't always so clear. On the one hand, your brain thinks it's an awful idea. On the other hand, your heart doesn't want to completely cut this person out of your life just yet. So what do you do?
Are you unlucky in love? Are you eager to meet Prince Charming? If you've become overly cynical about dating, you might be wondering whether or not it's a smart idea to take a break from dating. Perhaps some time and distance will give you the perspective you need.