Giving Relationship Advice

Giving Relationship Advice

If someone told you about problems in their relationship, would you know how to help? The odds are good that you’ll be asked for advice. In fact, 63 percent of people in a large, recent survey said they had confided in friends or family about relationship problems in...
Help Step-Children Adjust

Help Step-Children Adjust

If you are a step-parent with children in the home, you know how difficult it can be to manage relationships and adjust to the new boundaries and rules. The following ideas may help you make a successful transition during this challenging process. Have patience....
Privacy vs. Secrecy

Privacy vs. Secrecy

Which Can Harm Your Relationship: Privacy or Secrecy? In a committed relationship, a little privacy is a good thing. It fosters an element of mystery, which in turn fuels desire and attraction. Privacy has three main benefits: * Reduces boredom because you can keep...
Infidelity Myths

Infidelity Myths

If you’re like most people you believe in a lot of myths about infidelity and affairs. Unless you bust these myths, you’ll have a harder time dealing with an affair in your relationship. Read on to learn the top 10 myths about affairs and the myth-busting truth for...
Happy Marriages Benefit Kids

Happy Marriages Benefit Kids

It’s easy to assume that kids whose parents are happily married do better in life than other kids. But is that really true? And does it apply equally to kids from families with different racial, income, and educational characteristics? According to a study of 64,000...
Be A Great Lover

Be A Great Lover

Here are Five Keys to being a Great Lover: Listen. Think about how you listen. Most people listen just enough to construct a reply. If you want to be a great LOVER, then listen with all your heart. This means developing an interested, accepting attitude. You don’t...