Your sex life is dwindling, you cannot remember your last date-night and your partner is acting distant. Sound stressful? The fact is, relationship stress is one of the leading causes of stress in America, according to the American Psychological Association. In fact, as many as . . .
Millions of Americans are in super commuter relationships where one partner’s job takes them away from home for days, weeks or even months at a time. While being separated on a regular basis may sound like a relationship-killer, super commuting can actually work well. As you can . . .
Studies show that nonverbal communication carries between 65-93% more impact than the actual words spoken, especially when the message involves emotional meaning and attitudes. These nonverbal cues include facial expressions, eye contact, gestures, posture, body movement, tones . . .
Opposites do attract, which is why many couples are made up of an introvert and an extrovert. Psychologist Laurie Helgoe, an introvert who has been happily married to an extrovert for nearly 25 years, says both sides often see the other personality as “selfish” in their behavior. . . .