Having an intimate and satisfying sex life is an important part of a loving relationship for couples. But why does a couple’s sex life fizzle out? How much sex is enough sex? How often should a couple be intimate in a close and loving partnership? Does it matter? What are some of the main reasons
Are you stuck after an affair? Learning about an affair or admitting to your partner you had an affair is one of the most painful events that can happen within a marriage or relationship. Whether you are the hurting partner or the unfaithful partner, getting stuck along the path of affair recovery is possible. Recovering
Infidelity takes many forms from casually talking and flirting to living a secret life together. Infidelity destroys relationships, marriages, and families. It breaks the trust between you and your partner or your spouse. It leaves a gapping hole in your relationship. Infidelity can be something as simple as keeping secrets from your spouse or important information. Affairs
Pre Wedding Jitters You’ve bought the dress, booked the reception with some help from that Chris Brodell article, planned the honeymoon, and sent the invitations. And now you’re unsure she or he is the ONE? Feeling sick to your stomach or feeling anxious? Does the sight of the dress fill you with dread? Feeling like
Marriage Counselling For Happy Couples Marriage Counselling. The phrase alone can carry a stigma. It brings to mind images of couples who are teetering on the brink of disaster, just one fight away from divorce, and who are desperately seeking outside help to salvage whatever is left of the love they once felt for each other.
Being in a relationship definitely has its ups and downs. It’s normal to hit a couple of bumps along the way, no matter how long you’ve been together. But sometimes the bumps get bigger and there’s more than you feel you can handle. Relationship counseling has become more popular in the last few years as
5 Quick tips to Saving your Marriage 1) Accept Responsibility for Yourself You and only you are responsible for your actions or inactions. This can be a real tough statement to accept, because it means you need to look at yourself, your words and your behaviours and see how they have impacted your partner and
The quality of our emotional and mental health is not tangible – it is mostly invisible: you feel, experience and live with it. Sometimes you might wonder if therapy may be right for you. You’ve tried your best, you have read self-help books and you’re still having emotional pain or relationship difficulties. You may be