Connecting with people romantically, emotionally, and physically is really amazing. But there's a lot of work that goes into building a good relationship. What are some tips for having a great relationship? How do you know if your relationship is healthy? How can I make my relationship better? This page has some great articles and stories about relationships.
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A couple of months ago, an article entitled ‘Will you accept an impotent lover’ written by this writer in The Mirror was picked up for discussion on some FM stations and almost all the women who responded said they would never accept a man who is impotent.
For years, over a decade, I found myself in an on-again, off-again situationship. In the off times, I’d always evaluate the relationship and ask myself ‘How did we end up speaking again?’ To the young, naive mind, it seemed like his tactics were so slick and smooth that they were hard to decipher.
It’s easy to get caught up in a discussion about someone else’s relationship. Celebrity gossip aside, even digesting the latest juicy infidelity details or relationship problems concerning people in your inner circle may seem like a harmless pass time, but it can actually effect your own perceptions of romance, psychologists claim.
When you’ve been cheated on, a whirlwind of thoughts run through your mind, as you try to piece together where things went wrong in your relationship—and one of those things often includes just who the other woman is.
It’s nice to have the ability to stay in touch with your partner even when they’re at work. But just because you can text them every few minutes doesn’t mean you should. If you’re worried about distracting yourself when you should be getting paid, there are other ways to stay connected without having to hide your phone on your lap under your desk.