Anna Rosenblum Palmer wants the two of you to try for 5 times this week. Seriously. She has advice for managing your obstacles and reservations.
You’d hate it if he did it to you, so why do it to him?
Just Married? There’s no instruction manual for newlyweds, but these tips offered in hindsight will serve you and you partner well.
Dr. Steve shows us that hugging not only feels good, it can improve your overall health and relationship happiness.
If you want to have better communication with your partner, learn how they learn.
Shannon Day knows her husband loves her. She also knows that relationships don’t always last, and being married doesn’t mean she’s safe.
Steve Horsmon shares some simple advice for women. Sometimes it’s the simple things that make all the difference.
The New York Times proposes 36 questions. The Wall Street Journal suggests 6. Anna Rosenblum Palmer and her husband narrow it down to one.
Dr. Steve gives a tongue-in-cheek look at why giving 100% in your relationship is a waste of time and of effort.
Couples therapist Quentin Hafner wants your marriage to last a lifetime. Can you find 5 minutes to read his advice?
View image | gettyimages.com When Julie Scagell remarried, she knew blending her family would be an adjustment. It turns out, she didn’t need to worry. This man of mine. We met when I was coming out of a painful divorce. At the time, I had two children, ages three and five. I wasn’t sure […]
Why, in these modern times, is it still practically unheard of when a husband takes his wife’s last name?
He’s a driven entrepreneur, stuck in the Man Box idea that his worth is in his work. She’s worried about his health and their relationship. Sound familiar?
John and Jane knew they couldn’t fix their marriage in a conventional way. It was time for a change and they decided something needed to die first.
There comes a time in every couple’s life when not having sex seems a better idea than having it. Dr. Steve explores how we are affected by the external world and how to manage these intrusions.