I’ve known my wife for nearly seven years, and we’ve never argued. Ever. When I first noticed this, I was blown away, as this was completely new for me; every other relationship I had been in had involved conflict.
There's a fuel that drives things forward and has us looking forward to each moment we are together with our new partner. We make plans for the future, hang out together and generally have a great time. Yet statistically, our relationship has a very poor chance of survival.
Do you find yourself battling for your partner’s attention? Between work, dealing with the kids, and all of life’s many challenges, finding time for each other can often be a challenge. If you are finding that your spouse has little or no time for you during the week, the following information will be helpful for you.
Marriages are not things that can be put on cruise control. If neglected and left to nature, your marriage can turn into something quite different – a sea of resentment, confusion and a real lack of communication and intentionality. How can you prevent the occasional relationship blow-up, or even an eventual break-up?
There are good and helpful television based entertainers that actually do help people move through their personal challenges. Unfortunately, I personally find Dr Phil isn’t one of them and would challenge him and his supporters to disagree with what I have to say here.
Most people in relationships are great caricature artists. And to be quite honest, I believe it’s really hurting their relationship. I’m not talking about the kind of caricature artists who will draw a cartoon of you down by the waterfront, though. I’m talking about people who are quick to label their partner and paint them with a broad brush.
It is my contention that exercise is just one of many activities that men and women can do together without compromise! Maybe you're a fitness guru and he’s a couch potato, or perhaps you favor your spin class on Saturday mornings while your spouse bulks up on the weight machines.
Anyone who knows me understands I'm usually the first to want to lend a hand in helping. Internally, I find that satisfying and it fits with my mental actions (or personality profile). Are you the type who thinks of others first or initially yourself?
Most guys have got the whole sex thing figured out pretty good. I mean how hard could it be right? Insert tab A into slot B and you’re good to go! Eh, well not so fast there, cowboy… Some guys forget that foreplay is a crucial step in the process, and it is vital if they want to keep their ladies satisfied.
It's a desire with lots of older people to date someone much younger. Is it wise or dangerous? Here's some insight to help you decide.