Increasingly, couples are finding that sleeping in separate beds helps the relationship overall. Keeping sleep as "me time" results in more quality rest and more energy to be a better partner. We spoke to Dr. Willard Harley, author of Love Busters: Overcoming the Habits That Destroy Romantic Love, about the effects sleeping in separate beds has on relationships.
Jack feels like Pam treats him like he doesn't matter when he comes home from business trips, but Pam feels like he needs to spend more time with the family and resents the one-night stands he has while traveling. Can this marriage be saved?
When a husband's job problems rock a marriage, it's time for the counselor to intervene. Can this marriage be saved?
They may drive you crazy sometimes, but at the end of the day, you can't imagine living with anyone else.
Brad had patiently waited for the day that Natalie could finally have sex. But when she continued to put off seeking the necessary counseling, Brad reached the end of his rope. Can this marriage be saved?
When you think of marriage, what comes to mind? Living together is probably at the top of that list. So what's the deal with couples starting to follow the trend of living apart together? It's more like dating, and some say it keeps the excitement within the marriage alive. Read on, and then decide for yourself—would you try LAT?
You know how good it feels when your guy compliments your new dress, notices your haircut, or talks you up to his friends or mom? He wants to feel like that too. We've got five easy, tried-and-true ways to stroke his ego—trust our relationship advice and we promise you'll have a happier, more confident man!
She says she's sick of doing all the housework. He says her nagging is bringing him down. Can this marriage be saved?
Rob's old-fashioned mother is constantly inserting herself into Rob and Kim's business. She wants him to set boundaries. He wants her to be more respectful. Can this marriage be saved?