In fact, having the courage and the honesty to admit when things aren’t clicking isn’t a sign of weakness in your relationship, it’s a sign of strength. Because every single marriage has its problems and its stresses.
But when it actually gets down to the nitty gritty of it, and have to look out what we actually prioritize in a relationship, it turns out sex, or even chemistry, isn't the most important thing. Not by a long …
They say that to see if you're ready to have kids you should try getting a dog, but honestly, getting a dog together is pretty much as a big of a commitment.
Even great relationships can become complacent or stagnant if you don't put in the work, so putting some effort into finding ways to improve your relationship can be so important for making it in the long haul.
Rather than putting your energy into the other person, on meeting them or finding them, it’s the perfect time to focus on yourself. Your dating life should make you feel strong, self-assured, and powerful.
Divorce is, unfortunately, a real part of a some relationships. But there's a thin line between realism and scaremongering—even though divorce definitely happens, that doesn’t mean it has to happen to you.
But one thing is for sure: relationships change over time. And you need to learn to change with them, and be comfortable with the fact that they change.
As awareness about bisexuality and research in the field increase, there is more understanding of bisexuality as an identity and, well, just that it is in fact a thing. I know that might sound obvious, but the amount of people …
But communication isn't necessarily easy. Talking about big issues can feel like yanking the most intimate details out of yourself and exposing them in some pretty unforgiving light.
No matter how much you love each other and how well you get along, you need to spend time with friends—and having "couple friends" can be a great way to broaden your social horizons.