These six simple changes will help you rejuvenate your relationship and reconnect with your partner.
The truth of the man I wanted to be came to me in the midst of one of our regular, marital fights. It can come to you, too (without the squabbling).
Start small, stay positive, and don’t give up on love.
Marriage or long-term partnerships are not a competition. No one’s getting anywhere if you’re both too busy keeping score.
Please put every effort into upholding your vows when you marry, in sickness, in health, in poverty, in times needing forgiveness. This is the road to a long-term relationship.
Your marriage won’t be perfect, both of you will be imperfect, but when you make it this long, none of that will even matter.
The biggest challenge couples face is loss of desire. Rekindling must be conscious and consistent.
If having a ‘man card’ means you treat your wife as your property, that you dominate and order her around, then no. My husband doesn’t have one of those cards.
I am ready to do and be whatever they want, as long they stay and continues to make me feel the way they do. Truth is, that why most men compromise.
When the motivation is gone, is your relationship really doomed? Dr. Lynn Wicker offers four tips to jump start your love.
How one couple stopped living their past and learned to fight for their future…and how you can, too.
My best friend called. After we said our hellos, she told me to sit down, then blurted out she had slept with my husband.
No matter how well you know your partner, they can’t read your mind. Read on for ways to open up together.
Does he have what it takes to create long-term love? Read on to find out.
The best way to avoid a breakup, says Matt Shumate, is to be mindful and present in your relationship. Here are his four ways to do it.
Daniel Dowling wants your relationship to be everything you want it to be. And he’s got some advice to help you make that happen.