successful relationships

One could see how strengthening these skills could benefit them in every relationship areas of their life. This list will hopefully provide you a good start to ways in which you can develop these skills and be more emotionally connected with others.
A couple whose marriage is at a turning point -- with only four days to decide if they're going through with divorce proceedings
Do you like -- or even need -- to be right? When you're having a discussion with your partner or a friend, are you determined
When I think of my family of origin, we have strong bonds, but we are also very different. Take careers: one brother is a
Happy couples don't shy away. They listen, they argue, they talk, they solve. They fight clean, but they don't hold back their truth.
In his “Tip of the Day,” Dr. Phil explains that we need to constantly reassess if our relationship as a couple is working
“If all you ever deal with in a relationship are problems, you’re going to have a problem relationship,” says Dr. Phil. Of
Stop thinking your relationship doesn’t measure up! Nine myths and realities,of happy couples.
As we get older there are certain things we shouldn't tolerate in a relationship. Our lives are complicated enough; filled with careers, family, friends, our plates are full to overflowing. Add a new relationship to the mix and you have one more issue with which you have to deal.
Rather than looking to marriage to serve our basic needs for survival and companionship, we're now seeing marriage as a vehicle
One of the things that I notice about successful couples is that nearly all of them demonstrate a capacity to not only see the beauty and goodness in each other, but to reflect it back to one another on an ongoing basis.
Accepting our lack of control over how others see and treat us is a major challenge for many people. It's important to realize that others often treat us the way we treat ourselves.
Proper flirting is about playing, not scoring. Flirting expands our fantasy life and, I would argue, makes our actual romances better. Flirting tests our guile, allows us to practice clever turns of phrase and cool, calculated indifference.
Many single women blindly accept what has become standard, generic dating advice: In order to find a lasting relationship, you need to "market" yourself.