Do you love your boyfriend the way you want to be loved, or as he wants to be loved? It’s easy to make the mistake of loving others the way you want to be loved. These practical examples of the five love languages are based… Read More »10 Examples of Gary Chapman’s Love Languages
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The worst type of loneliness is being married but feeling lonelier than when you were single. How do you cope with emotional disconnection in your marriage? Is it possible to reconnect with your husband and rebuild your relationship? Last week my husband and I went… Read More »5 Ways to Cope With Feeling Alone in Your Marriage
Fear of intimacy is often related to being hurt in the past. it involves the reluctance to open up and reveal your true self, perhaps because you’ve been hurt in the past. Or, if you grew up in an emotionally and socially closed environment and… Read More »7 Ways to Overcome Fear of Intimacy in Your Relationship
These tips for writing a heartfelt love letter will help you express how you feel, even if you can’t put your feelings into words. That’s what true love is: an inability to describe how you feel – especially if you’re not a natural writer or… Read More »How to Write a Love Letter From Your Heart
Making mistakes in relationships is normal – it happens to all couples, all families. But making the same mistakes over and over will destroy a relationship. These are the five most common relationship mistakes that I repeatedly make. Learn from my mistakes, so you can recognize and avoid making your own!
It’s normal and even healthy for relationships to change over time. Love goes through stages, growing and maturing and changing as you do. These three “stages of love” will help you see how love evolves over time, and give you insight into your own relationship.
These seven reasons your boyfriend or husband doesn’t talk to you will help you communicate with him. Men are uncommunicative, silent and emotionally distant for reasons that aren’t necessarily that difficult to figure out. If you have an idea of why your husband or boyfriend doesn’t communicate with you, then you have a good chance of starting good, healthy, meaningful conversations.
Is your marriage or relationship emotionally suffocating? Maybe you want to know what your husband is doing, going, texting or even eating at all times. Maybe your husband or boyfriend complains that you are suffocating him – or even that you’re overstepping healthy boundaries. Here, you’ll learn how destructive emotional suffocation can be and how to stop crowding your partner.