7/9/2012 2:35 PM
Many people are afraid to apologize, and this can damage their relationships. Some people don’t like to apologize because they feel like admitting mistakes weakens them. Others are just too embarrassed. However, when we hurt our partners and fail to make right, it leave lingering unresolved feelings that can cause bitterness, and a rift between you and the one you love.
The words “I’m sorry,” can be so difficult to say, but, they have the power to smooth over differences and patch up relationships. So, how do you apologize when you’ve done something wrong?
6/28/2012 11:40 AM
Every couple will disagree at some point. Whether that disagreement becomes a fight, and how damaging that fight will be to your relationship all depend on how you handle it. Here are some of our top tips for learning how to fight fair:
5/10/2012 2:12 PM
One reason that many long-term couples have difficulties in their sexual relationships is that they do not communicate enough when it comes to their sexual desires, or the potential to try new things. Even with someone you love or have dated for a long time, these can be somewhat awkward topics of conversation, so it’s perfectly understandable to have difficulties with them. However, at a certain point, many couples require a new idea or addition to the bedroom to help spice things up. In this situation, a lot of people turn to sex toys, which can enhance your bedroom life in a number of different ways.
4/17/2012 11:33 AM
Unless you discuss some exceptions right at the start, intimate relationships are expected to be exclusive. Even with open relationships, there are usually some boundaries.
Whether you call it cheating, infidelity, or simply having an affair, psychologist Michael J. Formica says there are four main styles of extra-relational affairs. And, believe it or not, some good can actually come from them.
3/19/2012 4:08 PM
Singles who seek relationship advice from licensed therapists know that it can get expensive. However, some therapists are using technology to help more clients at a more affordable rate.
"The Relationship Specialists" Marilyn Hough and Chuck Schmitt created the Love Advice app to answer questions from people all over the world! While the app costs $0.99, it includes the one year service subscription fee!