Top 10 Ways to Move on in Your Love Life

You’ve been in your relationship for quite some time. Things have changed recently, and you’re beginning to doubt that it’s going to last much longer. You’re not even sure how you got to this point! What happened? Warning Signs There are many warning signs that a relationship is breaking down. Think back over the last…

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Top 10 Ways of Finding Closure in Your Relationship

As the song says, “Breaking up is hard to do.” Finding closure after the end of a relationship is often harder.
 “Closure” is a psychological term that simply means closing the door on something or someone. Closure means you leave the past in the past rather than dragging it out into the present again. In…

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Tips for Keeping Your Relationship Strong When You’re on Different Schedules

Strong communication skills are necessary in any relationship and it’s difficult to maintain that communication when you’re on differing schedules. In this situation, making an extra effort to reach out to your partner can make all the difference. Keep the following tips in mind for maintaining a strong relationship: 1. Deal with conflicts as soon…

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The Top Four Things to Look For in a Life Partner

Is finding the right partner a key ingredient in your recipe for a happy life? While the search can seem elusive, it gets much easier if you learn to focus on the qualities that are fundamental to forging healthy and positive relationships: character, background, personality, and chemistry. Character 1. Assess their availability. For a loving…

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The Secret Link Between Challenging Activities and Your Love Life

Spending time together is important for any relationship, and the type of activities you choose may determine how happy you will be together. Studies show that couples who share novel and exciting experiences report higher levels of satisfaction with their relationships. These are the findings along with suggestions for how to use them to improve…

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The Modern Rules of Rebound Relationships

A new study suggests that rebound relationships may be healthier than previously thought. However, the headlines ignore a fact that the researchers acknowledge. The study found that people who started new relationships less than 7 months after their old ones broke up said they felt better about themselves compared to those who waited longer. Unfortunately,…

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The Make Up Miracle for Couples Who Argue

Conflict is a natural part of every relationship. As much as you love each other, you sometimes find yourself at odds over how to raise your children, pay off your mortgage, or do the laundry. Try these tips for resolving and preventing arguments so you can weather the rocky times and enjoy more harmony. Steps…

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Texting and Relationships: Good, Bad, or In Between?

Even in our closest relationships, we’re often likely to talk by text rather than face to face these days. A recent study of these short messages shows their impact on how we communicate with the people we care about most. Researchers at Brigham Young University surveyed couples in committed relationships. They discovered that some things…

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Taking the Gloves Off: How to Fight Fairly

All relationships, whether romantic or not, have their fair share of disagreement and conflict. But it’s especially true of familial relationships. It’s challenging to resolve the disagreement and effectively relieve the associated tension. However, resolving conflict is critical to the health of any relationship. How successful have you been at coming to a mutual agreement…

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