Romantic relationships have conflict Every interpersonal relationship has conflict. Whether it's a friendship or a romantic relationship, you will have disagreements with somebody that you are close to you, and that is normal. It's what happens after you have a disagreement that matters. Conflict is a normal part of relationships. Some people handle it well, and others avoid it. Avoidance can lead to further problems in the relationship, and it
If you're asking yourself "how to make my girlfriend want me more" then you may be experiencing some jealousy. Maybe she's acting like she's "not that into you" and you are getting worried that your relationship is heading down the wrong path. Don't despair. Even though you may be feeling confused, desperate and fear that she may break up with you, there are things you can do TODAY to make
You’ve found the one, popped the question, and she said yes. Much congratulations and celebration are in order. While love is the foundation of this next big step, there are some less romantic things to consider that will allow the two of you to better enjoy the happy moments together. Here are a few tips to help you prepare for your wedding day and your life as a married man.
There's something to be said about the power of online dating. If you're single and seeking a relationship, a free dating site offers you the potential to connect with a diverse range of other singles. It has become so popular to use this form of relationship website that, according to feedback, upwards of half of the adult population have dabbled. Of course, making the most of dating sites regards a degree
Allow me to tell the story about how I once had the origins of gold-digging explained to me in evolutionary terms. One afternoon back in college, after a long day of lectures, I was enjoying lunch on campus with a fellow classmate. We’ll call him “John.” John was articulating his frustration with dating in general, between bites of ham and cheese, and complained that women “only wanted him for his
Dear Michelle, I could really use your advice. I like this girl I work with and she texts me often. I had asked her to do something outside of work and she said okay but then the next day I noticed that she changed her status on Facebook to say "in a relationship." So I said to her, "Wait, you're in a relationship?" after I had seen the new status.
Men… can’t live with them, and can’t sell them on Craigslist for parts either. Have you noticed how insanely desperate and optimistic men on social media have become in the last year or so? Women can’t even walk to the store without receiving more honks, beeps, and catcalls than a cheap you-know-what on Black Friday? I mean not only are women objectified and harassed openly by pervy men, but now
[caption id="attachment_45756" align="aligncenter" width="314"] Under Cover[/caption] Dear Michelle, Here's a question for your new 'Advice Colummn.' When one spouse cheats, are both guilty? - Not that Innocent Dear NTI, Something tells me there is a lot more to the story than just a cheating spouse, as is very often the case when it comes to matters of the heart. My first thought is 'guilty of what' and by that
The loss of a child before it’s even born can be a heart-wrecking moment for any couple. They experience conflicting emotions. The woman suffers from emotional breakdown and pain for losing a child she had gotten to bond with even though for a short time. The man on the other side suffers for having lost the chance to know his kid and a chance to bond with the child. Accepting
Being put in the friend zone by a girl is an extremely frustrating experience for many. After all there's a big effort to get the relationship going by taking her out for dinner, complimenting her, eager to help when the situation arises and yet then the dread comes when she says "let's be friends." A situation such as this will likely make you feel indignant and annoyed when it comes to dating. By this