What if the age-old “battle of the sexes” was abandoned for insightful and progressive conversation? We’re way ahead of you.
Jordan Gray says that reading these five books is the fastest possible way you can improve your relationship to yourself and your partner.
It’s about more than attraction… but that counts, too. James Michael Sama on why you deserve it all.
Working through an affair is tough. It takes tremendous energy and vulnerability on both sides, but you and your partner can survive it.
Surprise, your partner doesn’t care about dirty dishes. Nagging might mean they’re worried about core issues in your partnership, but don’t know how to tell you.
Nothing is more attractive to a person aching to be vulnerable than a partner asking for trust. Here’s why your peacekeeper needs you to get naked.
Your childhood crush can still teach you a lot about relationships and what it truly means to love.
Stage three is an opportunity to love and appreciate our partner, to shift from the expectation of “ideal mate.”
Newsflash nice guys, nothing is sexier than a man truly present. Plenty of women are ready to love you.
Society is quick to punish female sexuality, instead of embrace or celebrate it. Your partner might be ashamed or embarrassed to tell you what they really want in bed, so start the conversation and ask her.
Deep, down inside, we have a longing to fulfill three basic needs. Are you meeting your partners’ desires?
If you’re resenting someone, you’re probably not being fully honest about what’s really happening with you.
Bryan Reeves reveals why our intimate partners often seem uniquely prepared to trigger the worst in us.
Bryan Reeves’s recently stumbled upon one of the most important aspects of building a sound and stable relationship. It happened during the most beautiful breakup.
It’s not just about talking – you’ve gotta talk about the right stuff. Harris O’Malley on how to communicate about things that matter.