Getting better at two of them can help love last.
Larry continues to explore what makes a great marriage with Legendary Couples cofounder Lance Salazar.
if you are ending the relationship, you are the one making the tough decision for both people. You are the one who is saying this situation is not fixable.
Being on your own doesn’t have to equal feeling lonely.
Humans are the same in work, play, and love.
In this episode of The Dad Edge Podcast, Larry unlocks the secrets of marital bliss with Dr. Corey Allan.
#6) They continue to be intrigued.
It may sound strange, but most of us have witnessed this play out in our own relationships or in those of our loved ones.
Trying to avoid his father’s mistakes, Steven Lake shares what would have made a difference in his understanding of relationships if . . .
Transformations coach Liz Foglesong offers thoughts on how to mend the rift between our unrealistic expectations and our partner’s true beauty.
How do you keep it up in our modern day world? Kyle Benson shows us how.
Please tell me what you want, not what I have to do.
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.
Healthy relationships are built on expecting to be happily surprised.
(Keeping it hard twice a week)
Are you caught in traditional gender roles? Here’s another perspective to consider.