No grand gestures necessary.
Through this experience, I've grown to learn a bit about what it takes to be a better husband when your spouse depends on you to be the caretaker.
What I have here for you today is a curation of some of the books that have most impacted my life, changed me for the better and radically improved my quality of living. I feel sometimes like reading is cheating -- I get to learn from everyone else and use their experiences to drastically better my life.
What follows are two mathematical equations: one that reflects a healthy romantic relationship, the other dysfunctional, unstable and ultimately doomed.
For years, research has shown that caring for an aging family member may put a caregiver's health at risk. Now, a National Institutes of Health study suggests that your "personality type" can possibly help predict just how risky caregiving might be for you.
Turns out, one notable behavior that does delight Oprah is when a partner takes care of chores around the house. "I think
What's your love language ? To find out, click here and take Dr. Chapman's free 5 Love Languages quiz! But what if you and
During a recent taping of "Oprah's Lifeclass," Dr. Gary Chapman -- author of the bestselling The 5 Love Languages series
Were you and your partner once in love, but now feel like you're just roommates? In this clip from "Oprah's Lifeclass," Dr
My husband and I were married for six years and we considered what helped us persevere through deployments. We came up with a list of seven key things that were marriage helpers to us.