To improve your relationship, Daniel Dowling believes you should play around more … with your partner, of course.
What does it take for a man to ask for help when his relationship needs support? A lot apparently.
Chuck Chapman identifies the #1 relationship mistake we make and tells us how to fix it.
The holidays can hit us hard when we’re grieving. Sharon Martin, LCSW guides us through toward a new year. — Whether your loss is recent or the holidays have brought an old loss to the surface, the holiday season can be an especially challenging time. And while this article focuses on grief resulting from the […]
Surviving your first big holiday with traditions and expectations can be downright frightening for a new couple. BOTS takes on the humbugs and saves the big gift for last. — Alison begins: I was jumping up and down on the bed excitedly. “It’s CHRISTMAS!” I giggled, eager to tear into the mound of presents under […]
As toddlers, we’re told to “just say you’re sorry.” As adults, we quickly learn that isn’t true.
They see you making a choice and you’re not choosing them. Here’s how to have the conversation without a fight or guilt trip.
Relationships, no matter what they form they take, are not always easy. None are perfect. At one point or another, there will be conflict. Sandy Ramsey of An Honest Sinner gives us the perfect checklist.
Men often joke about marriage as being like a ball and chain. Does this metaphor get too much airtime? Dr. Steve hacksaws into this old adage.
Men open up about their struggles to find the balance of healthy (strong, but not too aggressive) masculinity in world of dating.
Getting divorced may be the best or the only choice you can make, but some regrets may come into focus in hindsight.
Jordan Gray says that reading these five books is the fastest possible way you can improve your relationship to yourself and your partner.
In under 4 minutes, you’ll know if your relationship is healthy or toxic.
Couples therapist Quentin Hafner wants your marriage to last a lifetime. Can you find 5 minutes to read his advice?