It’s one of the most humbling questions to ask anyone, much less the man you married and vowed to love for better or for worse, in sickness and in health. How do you ask your husband if he still loves you?
As a liberal girlfriend, how do you love a politically conservative boyfriend? Or perhaps you're a politically liberal wife married to husband with conservative leanings. These tips on how to love someone who has different political views won't be quick or easy to implement, but they can save your relationship.
You didn't get married to live with a roommate, but your marriage isn't built on love, chemistry or spiritual connection. Do you continue to live like married roommates, or do you leave your husband and start a new life? It's not an easy decision - especially when you know divorce isn't always worth the emotional pain, family heartache, or financial devastation.
How do you deal with a critical husband who is often negative and controlling? These five tips for women coping with criticism in their marriages will help you see that it's not you -- it's him. If you're living with an impossible-to-please man, you do not have to let his negativity change who you are and how you see yourself.
“In sickness and in health” is easier said than done in any relationship - even the healthiest marriage. These tips for keeping your relationship strong through sickness will help you cope with emotional and physical illness. I wrote this article for a reader whose boyfriend is struggling with depression.
Everyone says how nice your husband is - and you agree! You're married to a good man but you're unhappy and unfulfilled. You don't love your husband. You're not happy, and haven't been for awhile. The good news is that you have the power to make changes in your marriage that will lead to a happier, more fulfilling life.