Your partner’s differences are all fine and well. That is UNTIL they cause you discomfort, or you feel the way they are handling something is wrong. So how do you reconcile a relationship during times of stress – such as this coronavirus pandemic?
Everyone knows about the honeymoon phase in relationships. It is the emotional and sexual intensity that happens right after meeting someone new – and the loss of it after the early thrall of passion subsides. Much rarer is a good discussion around what happens to intimacy as couples move from short-term connection to longer-term relating. Why does the honeymoon phase always eventually fade, and what can you do to get it back and make it a sustained part of your relationship?
Looking for fool proof tips for a successful relationship? Then start by realizing there is no right or wrong way to have a relationship. We give you our top 4 tried and tested ways though to build and keep a loving relationship.
Looking for ways to improve your relationship? Learn about 3 easy but essential tools you can use right now to improve communication and your sex life.
Many people cheat because they are trying to trying to get their emotional or sexual needs met – sometimes while trying to keep the relationship they have. If discovered however, cheating can be disastrous to the trust in a relationship. We want to help you get what you need in your relationship without risking damage to the trust you have with your partner. To avoid or stop cheating, try following these four steps…