Do you look at your sister's marriage and think, "Why aren't we as happy as they are?" If so, you aren't alone.
When you're dating someone new, there can be a lot of pressure to sleep together early on. But do all guys expect to have sex right away? And what if you want to wait until you're in an explicitly monogamous relationship before going all the way? Will he wait? In this video, dating coach, matchmaker and YourTango Expert Joe Amoia addresses these complicated questions in this instructional sex video.
In this video, hypnotherapist, psychologist and YourTango Expert Dr. Shoshana Bennett answers the follwing viewer question: Yesterday, my husband told me to "snap out" of the bad mood I've been in since our son was born. That feels like the last straw for me. I want to end our marriage because he's so insensitive to my postpartum depression. Am I overreacting?
Does your husband act strangely? When you call him out, what does he say? Does he accuse you of hearing things? Does he make you feel like you're losing your mind? If so, you're not alone.
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? 10 Things Men Love About Women In this video, Relationship Coach and YourTango Expert LiYana Silver dishes the secret of what men are most attracted to in a woman. Find out how you can use LiYana's idea of a "Pleasure Thermometer" to become irresistible to your guy.
Are you in a relationship with a great guy, but you're just not feeling that spark? Do you love spending time with your boyfriend, but there just isn't any chemistry? Are you thinking of ending things because you're just not that physically attracted to him? Is physical attraction necessary to make a relationship work?
You're deeply in love with your husband. But lately, you feel like he doesn't need you as much as he used to. You're beginning to feel insignificant to his life, and you don't know whether this is common or the grounds to make you leave the relationship. How can you assess what is "normal"?
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? Contest: Tell Us Why You Need To Break Up With Your Ex—And Win!
As if divorce isn't difficult enough, it's often compounded by the judgment of friends and family who may equate divorce with failure and aren't afraid to let you know. So, what's the best way to handle the public scrutiny and all the pressure it brings? And is there a way to make everyone understand that they should ease up on you during this difficult time?
In the beginning of your marriage, you and your husband couldn't keep your hands off each other. It was wedded bliss and the physical attraction between you two was undeniable. Lately, however, you haven't been feeling that same spark. You may wonder, 'does lust inevitably fade away?'