Dr. Margaret Paul
Betrayal is one of the hardest things to go through, and it is vitally important that you deal with it in a way that doesn’t cause you even more pain.
Do you love your partner but rarely feel sexually turned on to him or her? Do you have arguments about sex?
A lack of sexuality is common in marriages. There are very good reasons for this. This article shines a light on this problem.
It is often challenging to make the decision to let go of abusive family relationships. This article is about when to make that decision.
Have you ever been in a relationship in which you had one foot in and one foot out, never completely committing and never actually leaving? Or maybe you’re trying to leave but somehow you don’t quite get there?
"As soon as you trust yourself, you will know howto live." —Goethe
This is how you now if your partner is the right one for you.
Were you ever madly in love with your partner and then at some point found yourself no longer in love? Signs it might be happening with you too and how to stop it.
Here are six ways to increase the emotional intimacy in your most significant relationships.
Here are a few tricks to help you deal with a overdramatic, catastrophizing, and complaining drama king/queen in your life
2. Opening their hearts and being vulnerable.
The One Question That'll Tell You If You're With Person You Should Marry
We all seek the wonderful experience of sharing love and connection—it's hard-wired in us.
The reason why the best of people often end up cheating on each other.
“How will I know when I meet the right person?” The answer is fairly complex. Knowing if this is the right person for you does not happen instantly.
The problem arises because so many people see it as a reflection of their worth when someone doesn’t want to be with them. “If I was good enough, this person would want to be with me, so there must be something wrong with me.”