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?
Are you considering couples counseling? Are you wondering whether you should even try to make it work in your marriage or if there are signs it is doomed to fail? If so, help is on the way.
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.
According to a statistic from the Gottman Institute, the average couple who enters therapy has known about the issue that brought them to therapy for six years before they actually got help. Why do couples wait so long to get help? If your relationship is on the rocks, should you consult a relationship expert?
When you fall in love, you offer your heart wholeheartedly to another person. And when that person breaks your heart, it can be hard to rebuild that trust and learn to love again. Have you been burned by love? Are you looking to get back into the dating scene? If so, help is on the way.
With nearly one-third of marriages in the United States being second-time unions, more and more couples are giving love a second chance by saying 'I do' all over again. But what can you do to make your next marriage last long after the honeymoon is over?
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?