Sometimes it is not so simple or easy to eliminate toxic people from your life. Use these self-care tips in unhealthy relationships so that you stay strong and not lose yourself in co-dependency.
Ever wondered if your marriage could survive cross-country travel? Here are 8 things our author learned taking the train from Chicago to Los Angeles in the space the size of a jail cell.
After you have been with the same partner for many years, do you have expectations for your midlife marriage that may be detrimental to both of you?
It is a year since my marriage crumbled and in that time I have learned a lot about the person I am, the person I was, and the person I want to be.
Do intrusive thoughts about husband’s affair occupy your mind every second of the day? Here’s help on how to get over a cheating husband and move forward in a healthy way, with or without him.
The ebb and flow of “passion” and “romance” is a normal part of any relationship. When things get rocky over an extended period of time, we tend to think we have fallen out of love. But what if one partner suffers from a mental illness like depression?
Just because you are an older bride, doesn’t mean you can’t have the pinterest worthy second wedding you dreamed about. See how one bride used Pinterest for inspiration from invitations to her dress.
It takes more than a box with something special inside to keep relationships going strong. Reasons why you should date your husband or wife.
The simple problem of parents plus kids equals a happy family might not last past first grade math. A life of addition can easily change to one of subtraction. For some it leads to divorce for better and for worse.
At the beginning of a relationship, it is pretty common to keep scorecards. “I call/text more than he/she does.” “I said ‘I love you first.’” “I break my plans more often to be with them.” “I’m more committed to the relationship.” “I initiate sex more often.” But when the relationship becomes exclusive and it is …