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The hidden psychology of intimate relationships.
Lawrence Josephs, Ph.D.
Why men should care about their wives sexual frustrations and being willing to work to make their wives sexually happy.
Are you tired of dating men who are commitment-phobic? How to identify the men who are the best serious life partner material.
The coronavirus pandemic is stressing out marriages and intensifying marital bickering about the best ways to cope. Here's how to deal with that.
Do you fall in love and then it blows up despite the best chemistry? Do you think you finally found your soulmate but then get badly mistreated? This might be the reason why.
Are dating and romantic dinners messing up your diet and resulting in weight gain? Here's what you can do about it.
Are you worried that being overweight is affecting your love life? Here is what you should consider.
Is pregnancy interfering with your sex life? Here's what you can do about it.
Late middle age dating doesn't always go so well. Here's why and what to do about it.
Depressed because you were just dumped by your partner? Here's how to find the silver lining.
Is your marital sex life in rapid decline as you are getting older? Here's what you can do about it.
Why sexual freedom doesn't guarantee great sex.
Why your partner drives you crazy, and what you can do about it.
How do you attract a good catch? Are you attracting fake game-players or genuine good people? Find out who you attract and why.
Why is it so hard to commit to our long-term romantic partners, and why are we always wondering if the grass is greener somewhere else?
Is monogamy natural, and are you any good at it?
Do the people who want understanding and forgiveness for their own infidelities become "judgy" when they get cheated on? How the self-serving bias results in sexual hypocrisy.
Is the best approach to dating to play hard-to-get or to just be yourself? Being yourself leads to better long-term relationships, according to the most recent research.
You like "kinky" sex but your partner is disgusted by it. You don't like "kinky" sex but your partner complains that you are a prude. What do you do?
Are you tired of being mocked by your partner? Is your partner offended by your sense of humor? Find out what to do about it.
Not enough sex and too much sex work in your marriage? Here's a coping strategy.
Your partner cheated on you. Should you cheat on him or her to get even?
Why being "judgy" can get in the way of recovery from infidelity.
No longer your partner's favorite lover? See what you can do about that.
Can you help your husband recover from sexual addiction?
Have you ever been dumped in a love triangle? How to recover when your affair partner rejects you.
Should cheaters be punished or forgiven?
Did a romantic partner cheat on you? Are you having a hard time dealing with it? Here's what you can do.
Lawrence Josephs, Ph.D. is a professor of psychology at Adelphi University and has a psychotherapy practice in New York City. His research focuses on infidelity and the role of authenticity in intimate relationships.