Is it a good idea to go back to a relationship for a second try? How do you know he deserves a second chance? YourTango Experts psychologist Dr. Adam Sheck and life coach Marni Battista give up the goods on dating an ex-flame. Find out how to make a relationship work the second time around. 6 Reasons Men Love Ex Sex
When is it appropriate for women to foot the bill for a date? And how can she offer without hurting his pride? YourTango Experts dating coach Ross Felix and relationship coach Nicole Johnson weigh in on who should pay for dinner and a movie. Should a woman offer to pay the tip? After how many dates can the woman contribute? Find out to avoid that awkward moment when the check arrives! Kelly Ripa Thinks Men Should Always Pay For Dinner: Do You?
Who cheats more—men or women? If a person cheats, what does that say about the relationship? YourTango Experts Tammy Nelson and Dr. Joe Kort put in their two cents on the Schwarzenegger/Shriver split. Do people cheat just because they can get away with it? Find out! Arnold And Maria's Breakup Signals A New Age Of Relationships
In a culture where polyamory is part of the national vocabulary, sex parties are no longer shocking, and Rihanna is singing about S&M on the radio airwaves, it would seem that kink has finally gone mainstream. Still, there are some things that are still taboo… at least until you peek into women's panties.
The miracle questions everyone asks online marketing professionals usually surround the issues of finding clients and making your marketing dollars work. With all of the options available, what is the best use of your time, energy and funds and WHO should you partner with? For helping professionals, YourTango Experts is a powerful platform for reaching potential clients hungry to benefit from your expertise. If you’re curious about how to get more clients, the answer is simple. The secret is to create a "Eureka!" response from the people who need your help.
Money conflicts result in some of the most intense and destructive arguments in any relationship. Money is a topic very few people are comfortable talking about, and issues concerning spending and saving are deeply personal. The additional variable that's been silently added to the mix is the turning of the tides in many relationships for who is the primary breadwinner. Here are five tips for keeping a breadwinner relationship tension-free.
I know this sounds crazy, but I believe it is best to prepare for divorce before you even get married. As a romantic, I hate this. As a divorce attorney, mediator and coach, I've seen the worst of the worst walk through my office door and cannot tell you how priceless this advice actually is. Being prepared for the unexpected may be one of the smartest decisions you'll ever make.
When it comes to launching a coaching business, there are a few smart steps that can transform even the most ordinary business into something truly special and profitable. After working with thousands of Experts in our YourTango Experts service we have narrowed down all of the best business development and marketing advice into the following ten tips.
When it comes to love, one of the hardest areas for couples to successfully, and harmoniously, navigate is their wallets. It's well known that money is a leading cause of divorce. And in the therapist's office, a well-tested belief is that sex and money are two of the most important issues to talk over—so much so that the belief is that if you're not talking about sex and money, someone (and maybe it's the therapist) is in denial! Money is a major force in most relationships—this week, Experts teach us how to harness its power.
As far as difficult years go, Catherine Zeta-Jones has had a particularly tough 12 months. In the midst of raising her children and helping her husband, Michael Douglas, beat cancer, the stress finally caught up with her this week. She checked herself into a mental health facility to treat bipolar disorder, bringing an under-the-radar disease into the spotlight. As it turns out, it's far more common than you probably think. Zeta-Jones is just one of more than six million Americans who suffer from bipolar disorder—approximately one in 40 people—and even more cases of men and women experiencing this form of depression have gone undetected. If your partner is, or could be, suffering from bipolar disorder, then here's how you can help lend some support.
"Honey, I have to join Ashley Madison." So began the pitch I gave my wife to let me join the marrieds-looking-for-affairs website, AshleyMadison.com. It would be part of my research into women who cheat, why infidelity is increasing, and what can be done to possibly affair-proof a marriage. I was proposing to "cheat" on her for a few weeks, to talk to and attempt to seduce as many women as possible, and get a real-world understanding of why women want to stay married but also need some illicit action on the side. Of course, on my end, there'd be nothing more than conversation. She looked at me straight-faced, unflinching. I searched her eyes for any telltale sign of the Charles-I'm-going-to-punch-you-in-the-face-right-after-I-castrate-you look; nothing. After a long pause, I got her only thought: "No, I get it," she said emphatically. "It's a great story. But it’s kinda like asking the newly vegetarian fox to guard the henhouse, isn't it?"
And as if being a bride- and princess-to-be isn't enough pressure, Kate Middleton has been thrust into the international spotlight and her appearance, style and wedding have become ripe fodder for gossip. She's gotten flack for quitting her job to prepare for her wedding and been the center of a media-invented kerfuffle over whether or not Camilla will have to curtsy in her presence.
As an expert in your field, chances are you know the ins and outs of what it takes to successfully serve your client base. I imagine that you have taken the time, and spent the money, to make sure you have the knowledge and skills to help the people who come to you and the wherewithal to refer out those whose needs go beyond your practice. Your appreciation for excellence in your own practice sets a precedence for how you see the world and the work you anticipate doing with clients.
As a helping professional, it’s very likely that you have devoted energy and resources developing the skills necessary to help your clients. Yet, time and again, Experts have shared with us their frustration at being at the top of the game in education/experience and at the bottom of their game when it comes to growing their business. We completely understand your frustration. The skills that you employ to help clients sometimes don’t match the skills you need to grow a business.
When you've been having marriage problems, you need Expert help. Julia and her husband, Rich, have been going through a rocky and, unfortunately, Julia goes to her self-absorbed friend for relationship advice. When you really need help, you should get it from an expert... a YourTango Expert.
We are frequently looking for a magic pill to help us feel better and be happy. What is the one thing you can do in your life to feel happy, look good and feel good? The answer is love! Here YourTango Experts examine 10 health and beauty benefits of love.