If you're one of the lucky people who got to marry their soulmate, feeling like your heart is going to explode from happiness and love pretty much comes with the territory. But sometimes, life and work and everything that comes with having a family can get in the way and your partner might start pulling away a bit. In some cases, as times passes, you may find that he seems less interested in being intimate. Why the sudden change? What does this mean for your marriage?
When you're married, you don't just share a life together but everything that goes along with it. But in the blink of an eye, this all changes when you decide to get a divorce. You suddenly find yourself back at square one, not only trying to reclaim your life but fighting for what's yours. Let's be honest; is 50/50 custody a realistic solution?
Making the decision to get a divorce is scary, but what's even scarier is what comes after the decision has been made. If you and your soon to be ex have decided that you'd prefer a more civil separation, there's no question that opting for mediation is the best solution for everyone involved. If you know what qualities to look for in a good mediator, the benefits of seeking divorce mediation are endless.
Based on our own personal experiences, we can all admit that no couple gets along 100% of the time. In fact, it's completely normal to have differing opinions and for said opinions to create conflict. However, how much fighting is too much fighting? Is there a way to tell whether the arguments are covering up a bigger issue? When two people are so passionate about their relationship and each other, it only makes sense that they're willing to duke it out to get their point across. The problem lies in not knowing how to differentiate between a lover's spat and a full out war.
Monogamy has been a controversial topic for quite some time. While some insist that monogamy is unnatural and outdated, other skeptics reject the overall notion of falling in love with and committing to just one person, going as far as to say that the state of monogamy is entirely impossible. Is being in a monogamous relationship really that difficult?
If you've ever worried about where you and your partner are heading or whether the love you share will survive the many hurtles thrown your way, you're not alone. No matter how sturdy your physical or emotional connection is, there's no question that great relationships take a lot of work. That doesn't mean that the key to staying in love is a mystery; in fact, according to science, it actually makes perfect sense. These love tips from 'Love Sense' will prove just that.
There's no question that we can all use a little reassurance from time to time but constantly requiring affirmation is a major turnoff (not to mention a total hit to your partner's sex drive). If you often find yourself asking him "Does this make me look fat?" or "Do you see the roll over my jeans?", we're going to have to stop you right there because this intervention is more than necessary.
Divorces can be incredibly messy under good circumstances. And when injured feelings are involved, the children can sometimes unconsciously be used as pawns. But what happens when your former partner decides to take it to the next level by bad-mouthing you in front of the kids? Take these parenting tips into consideration.
Expert power couple Carl Studna and Cynthia James join forces to discuss what factors determine a successful and long lasting relationship. Along their 15 year marriage they've gained some essential knowledge on how to establish and maintain a successful relationship.
Wanting to spice up the sexual energy in your relationship is nothing to be embarrassed about; in fact, the need to find ways to get closer to your partner is completely natural. But is there a way to keep the chemistry alive from the beginning without having to struggle to reignite the flame?
Nothing gold can stay, right? Wrong, it just takes polishing. And relationships take the same sort of upkeep. If you want the spiritual and emotional connection between you and your partner to last, working hard to maintain your relationship is key.
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?
From their personalities to their body chemistry, we all know that men and women are different in many ways. But just how different are they when it comes to sex? If you're just as curious as we are about libido, orgasms and just how the male and female brains really differ when it comes to sexuality, get ready for some sex talk!
What exactly are the real differences between men and women and just how critical is open and honest communication to bridging the gender gap?