Relationship Advice: Two Tips for Great Relationships
Relationship Tip 1I've been blessed with working with thousands of couples over the last 25 years. Out of all those couples, it has been very very rare to see a situation where both people did not have their fingerprints on the mess.
Relationship Tips to Grow Close and Stay Close
Relationship Tip 1My family loves movies. In the theater, on DVD and VCR at home, and now even in the van.
Relationship Advice: Warning Signs of an Emotional Affair
"But we're just friends" are four of the most dangerous words for your marriage.But over and over in my office and on the phone I hear it: "We are just friends, there is nothing going on.
Affairs: What an Affair Really Is and What an Affair Really Does
We hear about it all the time - in magazines, on TV and among our friends:Someone else has had an affair and a marriage is falling apart.Our culture teaches that an affair is just something that happens in relationships, it's really not big deal.
Affairs: Advice for the One Who Was Betrayed
You are hurt, you are angry, you are simply devastated.Things will never be the same again.
Affairs: Advice for the Couple
Recovering from an affair is hard work and will take time.The good news is that in the more than 20 years I've been helping people put a marriage back together after an affair, I have never seen a couple where both partners really wanted to heal their marriage who could not.
Affairs: Advice for the One Who Strayed
To the spouse who had the affair, it's time for what I call a multilevel apology.Anyone can say "I'm sorry," and it's important those words are spoken.
Playful, Innocent Phone Sex
So you're sitting there on the phone, trying to talk to your girlfriend or boyfriend whom you haven't seen in a while and you're trying to keep things interesting by talking about the days events, how much you miss each other, etc.So far so good.
Relationship Advice: 6 Secrets for Great Relationships
The Law of ContentYou can get into trouble in a conversation if you listen only to the content of what is being said. Trouble such as debating, arguing and nitpicking.
From my own personal experiences with relationships I believe in a concept that I have been working with, at least in my mind's eye, which is to give generously of yourself in your relationship. Always do what you can for your partner to make him or her happy, regardless if they invest in you.
Five Tips for Breaking Free of The Drama Habit and Developing a Healthier Arguing Style
We all feel angry from time to time, but feeling angry and acting like a raging, out-of-control child during moments of anger are two very different things. And when anger "crosses the line" in the context of an intimate relationship, it can cause extensive-and sometimes even irreparable-discord and damage.
Relationship Advice: A Few Observations on Marriage and Relationships
Here are a few observations on marriage and relationships.Information ExplosionJust the other day, a couple in their late 60s said a remarkable thing to me.
Relationship Advice: 5 Tips to Make a Strong Marriage Even Better
1. Time together is time during which the complete focus is on each other.
Relationship Advice: 4 Steps to a Genuine Apology
A genuine apology contains at least four elements: apology, acknowledgment, forgiveness and repentance.1) ApologizeI've come to dislike the words "I'm sorry" because they're so easily said that they've lost their meaning.
Relationship Advice: Starter Marriages
A man walking through the woods near a river hears desperate screams for help. He runs to the river to see someone struggling as the river pulls him downstream.
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