Whatever it takes, that’s how we survive together.
Lynn Beisner’s husband fearlessly carries her purse, helps her daughter shop for prom dresses and enjoys being the passenger in his wife’s car.
I will always root for her. And she will always be in my corner rooting for me, even if she’s terribly angry at me for something.
Sexual beliefs come from and how can we change our sexual narrative — Sandy Weiner and Matt Marr discuss.
Stage Three: Disillusionment—a phase highlighting every relationship flaw—offers you a chance to heal boyhood wounds and reignite passion.
The only way to succeed is to know what you’re up against.
Scott Douglas Jacobsen and friend, Rick Rosner, discuss mating strategies and dominance behaviors in human beings, and the dominance of sex in all we do.
Being in partnership and learning to communicate with someone else is like breaking in a new pair of leather shoes. David Pisarra explains.
Good relationships happen; great relationships take work.
Insight for having passionate, peaceful, and joyful relationships with women.
Ultimately, we want to be with someone who makes us feel good. We want someone who finds us interesting.
Maybe there are things about your significant other that make you uneasy, but you explain them away. Don’t do that with these.
You have found someone that expands your ability to love.
I learned to receive love from being a helping hand. I understood the importance of joining a team at an early age of awareness.
Relationships should be based on respect, equality, and partnership
It’s strange that the skills we need to carry out this give-and-take arrangement are suddenly adequate when the inadequacy of these same skills led to our failed marriage.