The Four C’s of Having the Talks Communication is the life-line for sexual happiness to survive and flourish in every long-term conjugal relationship Sex is one of the basic instincts in human beings, and it is powerful. Marriage is an arrangement we have created to discipline and channelise this powerful instinct in us. So, it […]

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One thing Facebook can tell… is when a user starts a relationship. Facebook Relationship Status interface (Daily Mail UK) It’s no secret that Facebook knows everything about its users at this point. The social network knows your favorite movies and TV shows, where you’ve worked, and what you read. Of course, this is all information […]

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Saying “I love you” can become a form of punctuation in a long-term relationship. People say it at the end of a phone call, or on their way out the door, or as they’re falling asleep at night. And there’s nothing wrong with this. Expressing love often is a good thing! And it’s a nice way to check […]

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“Sincere apologies are for those that make them, not for those to whom they are made.” ~ Greg LeMond When I was growing up, every time I took my sister’s toy or called my brother names, my mother would grab me by the wrist and demanded that I offer an apology. What’s more, if the […]

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What comes to mind when you think about surviving a long-distance relationship? Do you experience negative or positive emotions? Whether you have been in a long-distance relationship for a while, or recently started a long-distance relationship, it’s important for the both of you to be on the same page. Being in a long-distance relationship is […]

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It’s so much more rewarding to say hello and share a laugh with someone than to beat your last level of Candy Crush. You know when you’re talking with someone and you zone out for 30 seconds and come back only because you’ve realized she’s stopped talking and you have to say something to acknowledge […]

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In a society enamored by the brash and the brazen… When I moved to New York 4 years ago, I had just gotten a new job as a receptionist. I was excited about the change, about being in a city, and having a job that would enable me to fulfill my stand-up comedy endeavors. However, […]

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The holidays can be triggering for many reasons. It’s tempting to fall back into work mode, and hide there. But don’t give up! It’s hard for me to stop working. I’m a passionate person, and highly driven. When things go well, I’m on top of the world. When projects go badly, I triple my efforts […]

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It seems like every other day, another study comes out promising to give us the key to a successful marriage. Why not? After all, those of us who want to be married want to stay married. In fact, a 2011 Pew Research survey found that 36 percent of adults believe that having a successful marriage […]

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One of the first life lessons little kids are taught is to always say, “thank you.” When someone does something nice for you, you thank them. It’s a concept that is drummed into our heads starting at the age of about two. But you’ll notice that saying thanks doesn’t come easy. Very rarely does a […]

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