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?
Treat your man to something special this holiday season, and give him the gift that he never knew he needed. From cocktail sets to waffle makers--we're catering to the men who've most definitely made our nice list this year.
Adrienne feels she can't compete with Bob's exciting career and chic colleagues. Can this marriage be saved?
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.
Kathy feels as though Phil keeps secrets from her and doesn't keep his promises. Phil wants Kathy to calm down and trust him. Can this marriage be saved?
While identifying as a Type A person may be seen as favorable in some contexts (think work, barre class), it can also have negative effects on your relationships. Find out when Type A becomes a nuisance and learn how to deal.
Gloria can't stand sports, but her husband is a sports fanatic and always has a game on the TV. Can the two find some common ground? Can this marriage be saved?