Category Archives: Love & Sex
By: Angel Tucker
Ever feel like your spouse doesn’t understand you? Then you need some relationship advice!
Maybe the problem lies within your personality types.
Often times, we marry a personality type that is at least partially different from our own, but then we expect them to think, feel, and act the way we do! Understanding different personality types can give you a great idea how to speak your spouse’s real love language – their personality language!
That’s some of the best relationship advice you’ll ever get.
First, let’s talk briefly about the four personality types based on the DISC personality assessment system. See if you can find where both Read the Rest of This Article >>
By: Lynette M. Smith
Valentine’s Day has been made almost too easy—a card, flowers, and chocolates for her, and a card and a favorite dinner for him, right?
But you can do so much better than that:
You can shine brightly in your lover’s eyes by writing a heartfelt love letter. It will far outlast the cards, flowers, chocolates, and dinner.
What’s in a relationship? The mere idea of two entities coming together and spending a full life together thereafter is a true miracle! Needless to say, a good, nourishing relationship takes a good amount of work and devotion, thus helpful TLC tips can’t hurt That’s where the powerful relationship advice you need comes in!
Here are 15 relationship advice tips for a better relationship and an all year round light and love:
Relationship Advice Tip # 1 – Forgive each Read the Rest of This Article >>
By Maxine Browne
What do you have to do to land Mr. or Mrs. Right these days?
Where is he or she?
Well, in my mind there are three approaches to this problem of landing the perfect mate.
Here’s my three approaches on how to find love, and my experiential take on what works and what doesn’t:
How To Find Love Approach # 1 – The “I’m Not Picky: Just Don’t Want To Be Alone” Approach
The person who uses this approach is not very discriminating. If you are alive, you have met the criteria. However, you may find yourself asking why this person’s life is so chaotic. Why do they seem to gravitate to people others consider to be “dysfunctional”?
By: Amy Tang
How do you know a relationship is over or you’ve outgrown a job?
For many of us, there might be a special event, a defining moment, perhaps a “wake-up call”, that causes us to have epiphanies. We suddenly reach new levels of understanding and our perspectives shift. Our lives are never the same. We learn how to move on…
During this past decade, I’ve worked with a wide variety of clients who have experienced their own wake-up calls. For many of them, it was the end of a marriage or a long-term relationship.
And I’ve learned that, fortunately, it is possible to successfully move through traumatic change. < Read the Rest of This Article >>