It’s a dry your eyes romantic moment, but it’s at the heart of what goes wrong […] Read more Being married for any length of time is truly an accomplishment these days.
Just last week a woman asked how long I had been married and when I said forty years this July, her eyes got huge and she said, “To the same person? ” When we got married, people were taking bets […] Read more Sometimes the very things we find attractive in someone may actually be warning signs that they may not be good for us in the long run.
Read more Even though I’ve been unwillingly single for most of mine, I’ve never hated Valentine’s Day. Co-workers may be receiving gifts at work, restaurants will be crowded with couples trying to make the night special, and to others it may as well just be another day. Read more As the Super Bowl is just days away (Go Falcons! Fortunately, our research scientists are just two floors down from me. Read more There is a literal pain that comes with the loss of a relationship: a sharp, palpable pain that most people feel at the point that their lower ribs connect.I’m pretty sure it’s because my birthday is the next week, and I’ve never tried to reverse the childhood idea that all of the flowers, balloons,... It’s a pulsing, weepy pain that digs into your diaphragm, and takes your breath away. Read more Dear Sara: About a month ago, my boyfriend of two years broke up with me (I'm 30 and he is 31). I've been in several serious relationships, and this one seemed like a wonderful fit—loving, easy, drama-free. Read more Because I write about dating and relationships, I’m always on the lookout for issues that affect both men and women. Read more Dear Sara: I just read your article about conquering the fear of rejection and continuing to put oneself out there. My ex-boyfriend used to describe himself as a 'hopeless romantic'.Not because he couldn't help but be romantic, unfortunately, but because he considered himself completely hopeless at doing anything romantic.I hope everyone indulges in something beautiful for someone beautiful. we see if it really does glisten not just for us but for all those who mine it, make and those who wear it. Now, as a nutritional therapist, I always ask people about their sex drive, because it's a big indicator of underlying health.
Whilst my clients don't really see it as an issue, actually it gives me a clue into how their hormones are functioning and where we need to support the body.
For weeks and maybe months, the two of you got better acquainted, got closer, and everything looked positive.
But now you’ve started to sense and pick up small clues that he or she is losing interest.
It could have been a slow-building tension that brought coldness and distance. That’s the gamble, and when it comes to choosing a partner, fidelity is a core aspect most of us require.
Yet the adage, “once a cheater, always a cheater,” isn’t always true.
I tried hooking up with guys in pubs, and it worked well until I had to use the wheelchair to get around. It's easy to take each other for granted, especially when you're in a long term relationship - but the fact is, the grass isn't always greener!