Here’s a list of more subtle red flags that may signal unavailability, especially when several add up. They apply to both genders.
fear of intimacy
Even in a healthy relationship, there are periods, days, and even moments of emotional abandonment.
Dr. Vibe asks an intimacy coach and one of her clients how religious shame can affect one’s intimacy
Does our fear of breaking gender taboos keep us from being fully open in our relationships?
Men can change core beliefs in order to make healthier choices.
How can we be sure we are acting with integrity and respect?
How to give your reconciliation its best shot.
It is in a relationship that we not only discover the mysteries of our partner, but also the mysteries of ourselves.
Jonathan Delavan wants you to discover that the real final frontier is relationships and intimacy.
Advice for overcoming the fear of falling in love.
In trying to figure out what love is, and whether or not he was in it, he become suspicious, confused, and noncommittal.
With roughly half of first marriages and nearly two thirds of second ones ending in divorce, we could use some advice on making marriage work the second time around.
Being a virgin is scary, talking about being a virgin is scary, but maybe we need to talk about scary things so we can stop being scared.
It’s not your imagination–that sudden, inexplicable distance between you and your partner. Lisa Arends explains.
Comment of the Day: A reader responds to an article about locking oneself into gender roles.
Jordan Gray says that there will only ever be one reason for you to love, and love with abandon.