What can standing together can accomplish? More than you can image.
How to recognize when you’re fighting the wrong fight.
When did you learn it was better to walk away?
Paige Parker explains how to break the cycle of dating drama and find real love.
A relationship is not something that you can get complacent with. If you want a relationship that lasts, you have to be willing to work on the relationship on a daily basis.
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.
Don’t be dismayed by your relationship conflict …. You’re in love!
The stats on marriages making it these days are grim. How do you keep your wife happy?
We hold onto yesterday in fear of what tomorrow may bring. What if everything you always dreamed of was waiting for you tomorrow?
Do you and your spouse have separate bank accounts? — Being married can lead to financial success and more riches. When it comes to marriage and money, there’s good news and there’s bad news. The bad news is that couples who fight about money an average of once a week are more than 30 percent […]
You go about your relationship comfortable, thinking everything is OK. You could be losing her. — She will be with someone that makes an effort every day to put a smile on her face. WARNING: Get comfortable in a relationship, and it will die. Let me repeat that, get com-for-ta-ble in a relationship, and it-will-die. […]
Caveat emptor! What your mother never told you about being in a relationship but, Dr. Steve will.
She wasn’t interested in a fairy tale romance and thinks these are the reasons why some guys don’t want to get married. — At university, I was the only girl in my class. We studied business and took majors in finance and portfolio management. Those years had a huge impact on my personality. When I […]
Keeping quiet to keep the peace lessens intimacy instead of increasing it. Katie Vessel suggests healthy conflict to bring partners closer together.
“While it may seem like a good idea to give as much “evidence” as possible to support our side of the argument, it isn’t. No one likes having a partner who ‘keeps score’.”