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Sometimes Expectations In A Relationship Can Cause Problems

Sometimes Expectations In A Relationship Can Cause Problems

When you’re learning how to manage expectations in a relationship, you must demonstrate appreciation for your partner every day. Instead of focusing on the negative, make a point to value your partner’s positive qualities. This will take you much further in your relationship. They may not have folded the towels the way you wanted them […]

Be Present In Your Relationship

Be Present In Your Relationship

To improve communication in relationships and truly understand what your partner is telling you, be present. Put time aside and dedicate yourself 100% to communicating with your partner. They should truly feel that they have your full attention and that they are your number one priority. It’s difficult to listen and be fully present, aware and mindful when you’re […]

How To Understand Your Partner’s Needs

How To Understand Your Partner’s Needs

Do you want to feel that passion like you did on the first day you met? You may be ready to listen and give, but how do you know what it is that your partner wants? How does your partner best understand what you’re trying to give? When addressing lack of passion in a relationship, […]

Unleash The Power Of Polarity

Unleash The Power Of Polarity

Is your partner holding back, forcing you to initiate every time? Or is your partner the one who takes action? It’s okay if either one is the case – in fact, it’s natural and it does not necessarily lead to a lack thereof or no passion in relationships. You and your partner are different, but […]

The 5-Stage Plan To Build Trust

The 5-Stage Plan To Build Trust

Because trust is a key part of how to get the passion back in your relationship, you need some effective strategies for increasing it. So how do you start building trust again when you feel you’ve lost it? Here’s a 5-stage plan that works. Stage One: Commit to putting your partner’s needs first and declare that […]

How To Understand Yourself Before Falling In Love

How To Understand Yourself Before Falling In Love

Remember when you and your partner first met? When you were first together, you always gave it your all because your partner’s love woke you up to the gift of life. You worked so hard to come up with creative ideas for dates and conversations and you strove to show the very best of you no matter […]

Signs OF A Passionate Relationship

Signs OF A Passionate Relationship

1. You want to know everything about the other person. Long conversations don’t have to stop once you’ve been together for a while. There’s always more to learn – and you want to know it all, good and bad. 2. You love everything about each other. This doesn’t mean you idolize each other. It means that you […]

Things You Shouldn’t Never Tell A Grieving Widow

Things You Shouldn’t Never Tell A Grieving Widow

About a month and a half after my husband died of kidney cancer, I was talking to my mother-in-law about starting therapy and how helpful I’ve found it. My relationship with my in-laws had been strained during my husband’s two-month illness, but my mother-in-law was diagnosed with cancer the week Lance died, so I was trying […]

Throuple Relationship? – This Is What It Means

Throuple Relationship? –  This Is What It Means

Three isn’t always a crowd—,, especially for Will and Jada Smith. Jada revealed in her latest episode of her Facebook Watch show Red Table Talk, that she and the Aladdin actor are part of a throuple. During the show, Jada said that she knew when she married Will that his ex-wife, Sheree Zampino, would be a big part […]

Five Easy Ways To Refresh A Stale Relationship

Five Easy Ways To Refresh A Stale Relationship

A long-term relationship goes through many stages. After almost a year with my boyfriend, I’ve noticed a shift happen: Date-night jeans have turned into loungewear sweatpants, and our time together is not always meaningful and romantic. The thing is, we just moved in together two months ago, and while I’m adjusting to our new cohabitation (it’s new […]