Reading this amazing story today we thought, this is what true love is all about. It’s a love story about a couple’s undying love for each other and isn’t that what we all strive for in our own relationships?
We say “till death do us part” during a wedding ceremony, yet James and Lolie’s relationship even [...]
We stumbled across an article for married couples the other day and wanted to share it with our readers. The article, which is entitled “10 Marriage Rules You Can Break”, dispels what we’ve always been told was good advice for a successful marriage. That’s not to say it wasn’t good advice at one time, however [...]
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The Perils of Cyber-Dating: Confessions of a Hopeful Romantic Looking for Love Online is a romantic tell-all memoir spanning over 250 online dates in almost 15 years. This best-selling book is filled with heartfelt, witty, and hilarious stories. Join Safer Dates as [...]
By Ellen McCarthy
The hikes Thierry Chiapello and Sharon Spradling began taking in fall 2006 were not particularly romantic.
They’d met earlier that year at the Pentagon. She was a career Air Force officer specializing in biomedical science. He was the director of the Defense Department’s Explosives Safety Board. Their jobs would require a certain amount of [...]
Experts weigh in on starting, ending and improving the relationships in your life
By Kathy Megan
Here are some tips for people with relationships on their mind — whether it’s ending, improving or starting one.
Is it over?
If you’re feeling fear, distrust, contempt or a lack of respect, major work is in order, says Donna Ferber, a psychotherapist [...]
By Ellen McCarthy
The year she turned 30, Rebecca Bloch started dating a nice man. The type who did the right things and was ready to commit, talking of marriage after just a few months together.
The recent law school grad had spent the previous decade in a string of failed relationships. With every new guy she [...]
By Carolyn Hax
My husband and I divorced a year ago. We are both proud that we are still dear friends. We have two kids, 13 and 16.
Three months ago, my ex met a woman through an online dating site. Since then, I realized after much deliberation that I wanted to give our relationship another [...]
by Gregory Boyce
Over the last week the world has been fairly saturated and tuned-in with golfing legend Tiger Woods’ admission to committing transgressions against his wife and family. Tiger Wood’s once stellar image that made him enormously rich in terms of commercial appeal, is now slightly tarnished. As most of the world rhetorically asks, “how [...]