Friday, October 18, 2019

Tag: Love And Relationships

Breaking the Cycle of Toxic Relationships

Unfortunately, more and more people find themselves in harmful and destructive relationships. Clients will tell me they repeatedly have love relationships with a person who...

What Makes a Man a Good Husband?

What is “husband material” anyway? If you are single and looking for Mr. Right, this question has probably crossed your mind more than a few...

Signs You Are Truly in Love

1. You can’t wait to see them again, no matter how long the wait. You’re excited to hang out with them-to play in their...

Men Look For a Particular Face Type...

Men find "feminine" faces more attractive -- but only when they're looking for a short-term relationship. At least that's what a new study published this...

How Couples Sometimes Fight Like Cats and...

Fighting like cats and dogs can be one sign that a couple may be heading toward divorce. Often, couples get caught in the trap...

Romance Is Not Destined to Fade in...

Although the popular notion is that people in long-term relationships transition from a passionate romance to a comfortable, affectionate partnership, new research suggests that...

Staying Close in a Long Distance Romance

So you're dating someone long distance. Lucky you, right? Those familiar with long distance love affairs know that if you've got a long distance...

Topics to Discuss Before a Marriage Commitment

You’re in love — deeply, passionately, crazy in love. You want to move in together. You are sure you want to share the rest...

Healthy Marriages Require More Than Just Love

Love gets you on the road to a healthy marriage. It can get and keep you in the game and help to keep you...

7 Breakup Survival Tips

Relationship breakups are tough. They are emotionally exhausting, and can be incapacitating at times. For some who begin to dwell in regret and sadness,...

Touch: The First Language of Love

Touch is the first sense we acquire and the secret weapon in many a successful relationship. Here's how to regain fluency in your first...

Loving Relationships Focus on Kindness Not Control

What do you see when you look at your partner? When Carmella looks at Rudy, she sees his insecurity and withdrawal, which she does not...

Are We Losing Our Grasp of True...

In our sentimental society infatuation has become a common path to the altar. Contemplate the testimony of one newly married groom who met his...

‘Cutie’ Cooper Offers Advice Gleaned from 73...

Who better to ask for relationship advice than a woman whose marriage lasted 73 years? Barbara "Cutie" Cooper, the feisty and funny 96-year-old who blogs,...

Does Your Relationship Induce or Reduce Your...

What if relationships were stress reducing rather than stress inducing? Is being “stressed out” the new normal? That is the question raised by the 2012...

The Dualism of Falling in Love

Have you ever really thought about your experience(s) with falling in love? Have you ever analyzed what your “head over heels” attachment style communicates...

Debunking 5 Destructive Myths About Marriage

“People always fall in love with the most perfect aspects of each other’s personalities. Who wouldn’t? Anybody can love the most wonderful parts of...

Happiest When Alone? You Might Be Single-at-Heart

I have no idea how many people truly are single-at-heart, and neither does anyone else. The concept has never been fully developed, recognized, or tested....

Trading ‘BACK RUBs’ Is Healthy for a...

The best way to ensure a healthy marriage — or relationship — is to make sure you regularly trade back rubs. Not necessarily the physical...

In Relationships, We Often Get What We...

An invariably brilliant friend of mine wrote me this honest and funny observation about relationships. "I always kind of chuckle when people say something about...

Good Relationships Require Each Person to be...

“You complete me.” It’s the most destructive idea about love in American culture. It may make for a good line in a movie, but the...