Older singles look for different things in a partner than younger singles, which may impact how dating sites operate.
You don’t outgrow the need to have someone special in your life.
How can I date in 2019 and actually get to know her? How can sisters work together without taking on each other’s problems?
Psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini answers viewers' questions.
Psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini answers questions from viewers.
Your parents had an incredible influence your ability to trust, your attitudes toward others, and how you get along in an intimate relationship.
Experts say one of the reasons relationships fail is because one of the partners grew up with toxic parents. Emotional scars run deep, but they can be healed.
Emergency room physicians report that national politics has started to impact emotional and physical health.
If a man is interested in a woman but outside influences cause her to lose interest in him, should he continue forward and try to continue the relationship or should he move on because she is no longer interested?
You don’t need to be a brain surgeon or a rocket scientist to create a great sex life with your partner. However, you do need to practice these 10 behaviors.
Sometimes I get so stressed with work, I freeze. How can I get ahead of that and possibly intervene?
I have a great husband, and he is always trying to fix things about me. How do I tell him I need to take care of these things and it’s my responsibility?
Being single when you rather be with someone is difficult. Coupled friends may invite you to join them but it can leave you feeling like the third wheel at a table set for four. To avoid these feelings many singles, divorcees, and widowers date people they get along with but don’t love. They describe this type of relationship as a band-aid for the real thing.
When one partner begins blaming the other in the bedroom or withdraws from intimacy, very rarely do couples look at what is going on outside the bedroom.
Divorce has gone down, except in one category. That category is empty nesters. It’s common for couples to experience anxiety prior to their children leaving. In fact, many couples go through a transition period, similar to what their child goes through, three to six months prior to them moving out. They don’t sleep well, feel more stressed, and worry about their future. There are uncertainties...
Thanks to social media and popular parenting apps, stay-at-home parents can connect and find activities, which helps them feel more connected and supported from home. Here are my other suggestions that will help you continue your personal growth.
August brings the reminder of new beginnings and transitions. Although you may be feeling lethargic from the heat and still cleaning sand left over from June and July’s vacations, your children are very aware their life is about to change.
My wife and I have completely separate schedules and two small children, so it’s tough to find time for intimacy. Is it or can it still be romantic to schedule time for intimacy in our marriage?
I was recently asked to contribute to an article for the New York Times about whether or not spouses should sleep in the same bed. Sleeping next to each other can enhance your marriage; however, how many sleepless nights should you suffer through before talking to your partner about changing your sleep style at night?
How do you open up to a friend about something deep that you need to share with them?