In order for us to be truly present for our partners, we need to come clean about our heart’s history.
Sue Nador learns that being there for her partner only in bad times just doesn’t cut it.
If we want men to stop playing the “crazy” card and expect women to stop implying that men are stupid, we have to relinquish the power we’ve held in our respective gender roles.
Looking over his relationships, Steven Lake distills the elements that encourage lasting success. And it isn’t alcohol.
Joanna Schroeder know she’s lucky to have a husband who loves her – in sweatpants or an evening gown – and she thinks other women should stop assuming the worst of men.
Recognizing the 10 common betrayals in your marriage.
Rabbi Shlomo Slatkin looks at the ways that communication can break down in marriage and how they can be fixed.
Sharing sexual fantasies about other people can fuel the erotic relationship you have with your partner.
This husband’s response to his wife’s illness gives meaning to the phrase, “in sickness and in health.”
It’s not your imagination–that sudden, inexplicable distance between you and your partner. Lisa Arends explains.
Steven Lake faces the challenges his wife brings up through her spiritual practice. Resistance is futile!
The trials and joys of the “honeymoon year” and what you’ll know by your first anniversary.
It’s not always about just having each other. Who you include in your relationship matters too.
It’s unrealistic to think you’ll never argue. But it is actually realistic to think that arguing well can improve your relationship.
Matt and Cheri Appling have held on through five years and countless treatments. Here’s how they’ve done it.
Hint: Stop Focusing on Communication. “You cannot restore trust and passion by talking about it.”