There’s no denying sex is a significant facet of many relationships, no matter if a couple is new or years into a partnership.
You’re not a problem to be solved. I’m not a problem to be solved. In a world where many of us struggle with trauma related to love, it’s not surprising that cultivating healthy romantic and sexual relationships can be a challenge.
When we lose interest in activities, several facets of this process may be disrupted.
No matter how in love a couple is, they each need to have a separate life in addition to their shared life, in order to feel whole and healthy.
Some worry that their mental health issues will sabotage their relationship.
The difficult thing is that arguments often gain momentum.
Despite our best efforts, sex is highly impacted by mental health and overall well-being.
Any relationship comprises a dynamic between two people, and issues within the relationship have to be examined in the context of both partners. To understand avoidance in the context of a relationship, let’s start with a list of avoidant behaviors.
If you feel that social media is controlling you, instead of you controlling when you use it, then you may want to think about how to better integrate your social media use within your day-to-day life.
There are a lot of reasons summer flings are so popular and so intense. Long walks on the beach, sharing ice cream cones, late night skinny dips, cuddling in bed with the air conditioner on full blast — what’s not to love?
For those who feel lonely or isolated, the summer can feel like a time when everyone else is having fun.
Why a shift in perspective is important for personal progress.
When a relationship ends, we are sometimes left feeling heartbroken and often confused. In an effort to make sense of such a horrible disruption, we seek understanding. We seek comfort and solace. We seek closure.
Had a hard day at work, bad week, or even a rough month when you just can’t seem to shake that sinking feeling? Nothing a drink to lift the spirits can’t solve…
Divorce tends to increase the risk of men developing anxiety, depression, and drug abuse.
Is this a culture of consumerism or a culture of manipulation?