The present is where we live and by staying in the present couples are empowered to have positive relationships.
Our spouse is the easiest person not to love. This article talks about why.
Emotional safety refers specifically to a quality found in a relationship where each partner is able to be him or herself genuinely without concern for being emotionally harmed.
Partners are different. This is the basis for many of the struggles romantic partners face.
Ultimately, conflict is more about negotiating, listening and understanding and resolving than hurting.
We cannot fully love another if we don’t first love our self is true and discussed here greater detail.
After all, shouldn't good sex just come naturally? Should we really have to work at it? These are valid, commonly asked questions. In a perfect world our sex lives would be simple, naturally obtained and deeply satisfying. But in this less than...
The differences between men and women often produce such friction and acrimony that neither partner ends up feeling like being close or having intimacy.
It takes two strong, loving people to make one strong love relationship.
How male partners hears his female partner's words often varies widely from how a she intends it.
Love can be difficult to describe. The following is a list of qualities that help to define love.
Too many couples fail to ask each other critical questions before marrying. Here are many good ones:
A lover’s heart becomes fragile if denied the nourishment that loving acts provide.
A dangerous but common assumption that if our partner loves us, he or she will know how to do it.