A loving relationship can be an oasis in uncertain times, but nurturing it requires attention, honesty, openness, vulnerability, and gratitude.
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What pulled you together may be pulling you apart.
Stephen J. Betchen D.S.W.
The difficulty with breaking a nice guy's heart.
Is sex just another chore?
Are you and your partner fighting about politics?
Are micromanagers that hard to live with?
Can sheltering in place reveal the truth about a relationship?
Are couples really fighting over money?
The art of staying together after an affair.
Negotiating a comfortable retirement with your partner.
What your spouse and lover have in common.
Thinking of breaking up with someone over the holidays?
Most couples who go to counseling complain of poor communication. Here are the eight communication styles that cause the most problems.
Does your partner have an overdeveloped sense of entitlement?
Are you having trouble telling your partner that you are not attracted to them?
Low sexual desire can have subtle but damaging consequences.
Some couples are only divorced on paper.
Recognizing your relationship process may be the answer to a great relationship.
Are your in-laws intrusive?
Do you have enough respect for your partner?
A fear of change often prevents people from ending a destructive relationship.
Will your partner ever admit to being wrong? Maybe, if you try these eight communication techniques.
Is online dating too much work?
Have you been stuck in an unhappy relationship for far too long?
Control freaks in love.
Never underestimate the importance of romance in your relationship.
Does your partner keep disappointing you?
Have you married the same type of person again?
Is low or no physical attraction ruining your relationship?
Did you marry for the wrong reasons?
The role of physical attraction in the prevention of affairs.
There's a difference between loving and being in love.
Stephen J. Betchen, D.S.W., is the author of the book Magnetic Partners.