It’s never as bad as it seems. So sit back, learn to laugh, and enjoy yourself!
Jordan Gray says that reading these five books is the fastest possible way you can improve your relationship to yourself and your partner.
Jordan Gray says that helping your partner heal their pain starts with you being willing to face your own demons.
Jordan Gray says that his six month break from drinking was the best thing he could have ever done for his libido, sexual performance, and overall sense of integrity.
You think you’re doing right by her. You think you’re being a hero— but you’re really just hurting both of you.
Sometimes it takes a big-ass concert to reconnect with a part of you that was lost, even if that lost part is your “birthday suit”.
Quentin Hafner has some advice for couples on the tough transition to parenthood.
Children may be absorbed in figuring out emotions of people important to them.
Christine Walker shares how her husband’s grace and acceptance brought them trust, and allowed her to let go of her fear and anger.
Don’t be seduced by the green-eyed monster.
Daniel Dowling used to think women were too emotional. Then he learned how to talk to them. And everything changed.
Daniel Dowling reveals the secret to a great marriage and lasting intimacy with your partner.
Daniel Dowling nails the big reason we become unhappy in relationships and presents a plan to change it.