This comment is by Kay Alldone on the post “Is Financial Infidelity the Latest Scare Tactic?”
Time is precious. Our lives are temporary and so very fragile. Give your time. Would you give an honest answer if I asked you, “Did you wait until the last minute to go shopping?” Sure you would. We would all give an honest answer. But, the reality is this: If you and your significant […]
It’s impossible to know how much time we have on Earth. How much time we have with our families, it’s time to stop wasting it. — It’s true you don’t understand what something means to you until it’s gone. You can try and embrace what you have and live in the moment, but without fail it […]
Marriage or long-term partnerships are not a competition. No one’s getting anywhere if you’re both too busy keeping score.
Men often joke about marriage as being like a ball and chain. Does this metaphor get too much airtime? Dr. Steve hacksaws into this old adage.
To appreciate what you have, sometimes you have to imagine life without it.
Daniel Dowling wants you to have great sex. And he shares the secret to make it happen.
Mike Berry shares four secrets for serving up a successful marriage.
Fighting siblings and divorcing spouses are more alike than you may think, and both can find peace by following these three steps.
Mike Berry has built his marriage on always putting his wife first. But his needs get met, too. How does this work?
Jordan Gray interviewed fifty men and fifty women about what their ideal love lives would look like. Here’s what they had to say. —– I recently asked 50 men and 50 women a simple question regarding their ideal love lives. I asked them to each complete a single “sentence stem” five times. That sentence stem […]
Post Valentine’s Day musings by Steven Lake on the value of a long-term relationship.
Jordan Gray says that living with your significant other can kill the passion in your relationship… unless you decide to do these five things.
There is a decidedly frustrating “pressure to partner” that exists in nearly every generation. Christian M. Lyons declares that it ‘ain’t necessarily so.’