My Top Four Relationship Posts After Four Million Views
Relationship advice you can use right now.
Posted Apr 24, 2017
People are clamoring for relationship advice so I'm not surprised relationship articles are my most read posts on Psychology Today. Here I've gathered my top four posts in one place. I hope you find at least one good action you can take today to make your relationship stronger than ever.
When couples come to my office for counseling with relationship problems, the most common thing I hear is, “We want to learn to communicate better." In fact, the number one complaint I hear from women is, "He doesn't listen to me—I don't feel heard."
In this post, with examples and simple instructions, I share my best love advice to deepen, strengthen, and even save relationships.
The myth that men are unfeeling creates damaging relationship problems. Just because men aren't adept at expressing their feelings, don't for a minute think they don't feel, and feel deeply. Many times, men express their feelings using a secret code—a code that even they can't decipher. In this post, I help you decipher the code.
Understanding what women want isn’t that complicated. In this post I share six key points.
When a relationship grows stale, couples tend to believe something is wrong. But what if there isn’t anything wrong? What if this is just a speed bump in the normal course of a long-term relationship? Asking these 16 questions can help even stalled couples move forward.
I'm the coauthor, along with my husband of 28 years, of Illuminating the Heart: Steps Toward a More Spiritual Marriage. I've also written 3 other books on social anxiety and shyness. You can find me on Facebook and Twitter.