Despite his optimism, John gets blindsided by Jane’s request to separate. Now he is confused more than ever about what to do next. What would you do?
Approaching women online doesn’t have to be complicated … or creepy.
Does “emotional vampire” come to mind when you think of your wife’s need for attention? If so, Dr. Steve suggests you look in the mirror and see if there is a reflection.
A reader’s husband wants to play guitar and hang around the house all day, so she thinks he would make a great stay-at-home dad. ‘Dear Dad’ offers advice.
We’re not nearly as confident as we pretend to be.
The conservative website Breitbart is arguing that women are objectively less intelligent than men. Should we take them seriously?
Author Jay Cradeur shares 5 steps for transforming heartache and anger to love and compassion. It starts with saying three words you don’t want to hear.
John just gave Jane the speech of his lifetime. Jane isn’t buying it. Then John asks the wrong question.
Alice Isak demonstrates the power of brevity in this hard-hitting poem about mothers, daughters, and their burdens.
Patrick Sallee writes what he wants the next woman in his life to hear, even if he can’t articulate it in person.
In a world where controversial ‘Hot Topics’ are abuzz, Brian Gawlak finds the teachable moments in trending issues.
Never be accused of “never listening” again.
A reader turns to ‘Dear Dad’ for advice on her potential new relationship.
Some people say that men and women are as far away on the sexual bandwidth as AM and FM radio, but Jasmine I disagrees.