Tag: successful relationships

Why Your Relationship Sucks?

If you are reading this article you might be curious about what it says or you might be in a relationship that seems to be going downhill.  Have you ever thought that you could change something to make the relationship better?  Or are you constantly blaming the other person?  Here are some ideas that you can…

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Wedding Bells in My Future…

I figured that it is time to write some more articles about my personal journey; I mean what good is all the objective relationship advice and discussion if you don’t hear some of my subjective experiences.  Self-realizations have to be a part of the process in order to implement change.  You can have all the…

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Why is Dating So Complicated?

Do you remember back when a “crush” would call; you relished the fact that you finally got your parents to buy a cordless phone so you could take the call in your bedroom.  You would yell out, “Mom, I got it,” after picking it up.  Before that you would hope that the phone cord would…

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Improve Your Relationship Today

  As a relationship leaves what we know as the “honeymoon phase” both partners begin to feel less connected and more consumed with the “task” of being in a relationship.  There is much to be said about the work and dedication it takes to keep a relationship or marriage connected and exciting. Remember above all,…

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A Loving Person is a Healthy Person

I continuously read articles and books about relationships.  Love relationships, specifically, seem to have something in common across local articles, such as the OC Register and popular relationship books like The Seven Principals for Making a Marriage Work by the Gottmans; they discuss how love helps us to live longer and healthier lives.  The notion is that: the immune…

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Arguing Over Household Chores

A recent article posted in the Telegraph  reports that couples spend about ten days a year arguing about household chores.  The article addresses common tiffs such as: leaving clothes around the house, not emptying the dishwasher, putting off home improvements, not taking out the trash, not making the bed, or leaving the toilet seat up. The article…

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