42 Bold Questions to Ask Yourself If You Feel Like You’re Settling in Love

Daniel Dowling has the questions to help you find the love of your life. Only you have the answers.

Why I Don’t Go to Bed Angry with My Wife (and Other Lessons from a Lawnmower)

After losing an ex-girlfriend, he learned that his love life needed clearer communication.

How to Stand Out Amidst Your Partner’s Success

I was confident that my husband could accomplish anything. I wasn’t prepared for the day he made his dream come true.

The Most Meaningful Ways to Romance Your Sweetheart

What does your partner REALLY want?

The Problem With Teaching Our Sons To “Never Hit A Girl”

Because abuse is never OK, regardless of gender.

How to Achieve True Intimacy in Your Marriage

stin Berry shares her simple, surprising secret for creating a lasting marriage bond.

Eight Things I Learned about Marriage after Two Years

How much can change in two years?

So You Want to go to Couple’s Therapy? Here are 5 Tips.

Could couples therapy get you through a rough patch with your partner or ultimately help to see yourself through a breakup?

The Old Man and the Young Punk: Friendships Can Transcend Age

Why are we so supportive of diversity in friendships, except when it comes to age?

10 Simple Things that Will Increase Your Intimacy

Connecting in the bedroom starts with everything you do outside of it.

You Can Do It! 5 Tips for Becoming Friends With Your Ex

Divorce doesn’t have to be a death sentence for friendship.

Is Your Relationship Too Serious?

To improve your relationship, Daniel Dowling believes you should play around more … with your partner, of course.

Stop Trying to Make Your Relationship Easier and Start Trying to Make It Great

Relationship counselor Chuck Chapman reminds us that great relationships aren’t easy—but they’re worth the work.

6 Things Any Man Can Do to Please Their Partner

These six simple changes will help you rejuvenate your relationship and reconnect with your partner.

The 5 Secrets to Getting More Love

Okay men, I have a question for you. Do you feel loved?

Why Your Apology Wasn’t Accepted and How to Really Fix Things

As toddlers, we’re told to “just say you’re sorry.” As adults, we quickly learn that isn’t true.