Archives For February 2012

Have you or someone you know ever said this about their mate: ââ?¬Å?I love himÃ?  . . . but Iââ?¬â?¢m just not in love with him.ââ?¬Â Itââ?¬â?¢s a common occurrence because when we think of being in love, we think of a high, a rush, a falling-in-love experience. High desire, high drive, and a great deal of chemistry often occurs in the beginning of a relationship. There is a greater interest in love- making at the beginning of marriage . . . and then we go back to a ââ?¬Å?sexual set point,ââ?¬Â leaving at least one partner wondering, ââ?¬Å?what happened?ââ?¬Â Continue Reading…

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Good people in good marriages are having affairs. Well-intentioned people who never intended to be unfaithful are unwittingly forming deep, passionate connections before they realize that they’ve crossed the line that separates platonic friendship from romantic love. Today’s workplace and the Internet have become the new danger zones of attraction and opportunityââ?¬â?the most fertile breeding grounds for affairs. Continue Reading…

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Ever wish you could re-energize the romance in your marriage? Now, it’s as easy as the push of a button. The key is not to touch, talk or tell but to text your way into your husband’s heart.

Marital experts warn that if you’re in a relationship you need to let the “cool, calm and collected” part of yourself fall by the wayside; it has no place in the development of emotional and sexual intimacy in marriage. Continue Reading…

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