You shouldn’t use “No relationship is perfect” as a rationalization for complacency.
Did you know that you’re always in charge of how you feel?
We all want to feel loved, so let’s start with self-love and the emotional havoc created when you don’t create balance in your life.
Why do most relationships fail? And more importantly, what can you do?
What is it that’s making people feel isolated, overwhelmed and alone?
Complacency can signal the end of your relationship, whether it be a quick demise or a long-winded withdrawal by both partners… or it can be the start of a bright new future together, depending on what action you are prepared to take.
If you’re struggling to get into the mood to have sex, you’re probably experiencing a loss of libido.
Have you ever wondered what makes you feel separate and misunderstood?
Only you can initiate change in your life but you need to keep backing yourself with consistent action.
A study conducted in the UK revealed that most couples argue 312 times per year.
When you are emotionally triggered, your prefrontal cortex shuts down which prevents you from thinking and communicating clearly.
Don’t wait until the state of your marriage is already feeling hopeless.
Falling in love and starting a relationship is easy, but to remain happy in your relationship for a long time can become increasingly difficult.
You can exercise your sex muscles to increase stamina, regardless of your age.