Archive for the 'Relationships' Category

What Constitutes Healthy Relationships

January 20, 2016
Author: KLTBrown

Healthy relationships take time and effort. Nothing takes the place of the hard work and constant effort needed to maintain good healthy relationships. Healthy relationships are an ongoing process. You cannot compare them to a one-time investment that guarantees lifelong returns. Unfortunately, this is where most couples go wrong. A partner who believes that merely putting […]

In an interview with the today show about their new book “Been There, Done That: Family Wisdom for Modern Times,”  Al Roker and Deborah Roberts share some of the secrets that have helped their marriage last 20 years. The couple opened up about the things that bind them together, their differences and what has made their […]

Relationship Advice for the Overworked and Underpaid

September 28, 2015
Author: KLTBrown

Have you ever thought seriously about the amount of effort you are putting into making your relationship work? Do you find yourself working extra hard to keep things going while you observe your partner coasting through it? If so, you may be or you may soon find yourself overworked and underpaid in your relationship. This […]

3 simple ways to turn an unhealthy relationship into a healthy relationship, even after cheating, break up, or other major relationship issues. These tips help couples who want to stay together or get back together, but can’t seem to fix the broken relationship. Stop reliving the same problems. Learn to fight less and love more, before it’s too late.

My name is Kelsey and I’d like to share my weird story with you today… Here’s a conversation I had with a guy I really loved. “Don’t be stupid Kelsey; we are just good friends and nothing else.” “Hey but why not?” I asked with a sad puppy expression. “Because…We are friends.” “Says who”, I […]

Finding the right partner in the today’s vast dating pool may sometimes feel like trying to find a needle in a haystack. If you have ever felt that way I have some good news for you. Finding a needle in a haystack may not be as hard as you think if you have a strong […]

Basic Principles On How To Deal With Bullying

April 25, 2015
Author: Abraham Yu

Bullying is a common problem that we have to deal with once in a while. Some of us have had to face off with bullies over a long period of time while for others it may just be an occasional problem. Bullying is defined as the habitual use of aggression to gain power over others. It also entails using coercion, threats, abuse and intimidation. Such behaviour is usually directed towards specific targets. The behaviour can often be explained by differences in race, religion, gender, class, size, strength among others. To deal with bullying, movements have been created and laws made, all in a bid to combat the rising suicide cases among teenagers.

It is important to focus on effective communication skills for couples because this will ensure that you maintain a healthy relationship. It is especially important to establish this early on before kids come into the world. One may think that you are not compatible with each, but this is not true. Often it is just the way you talk to each other.

Understanding Effective Communication Skills For Couples

February 20, 2015
Author: Abraham Yu

It these times of busy work schedules, many couples are expressing their discontent with the developments in their love life. In any relationship, intimacy will only be possible if the involved parties take time to grasp effective communication skills for couples. At the heart of most relationship problems are misconceptions about the very essence of communication in a marriage.

How To Make That Magical Connection And Get Him To Commit

February 2, 2015
Author: Abraham Yu

You’ve been seeing each other for a while and it seems that, with each moment spent, the two of you are getting closer on all levels. You’re pretty certain that he might be “the one” but, yet, every time the subject of making things permanent comes up he seems to hesitate or even pull back. So you find yourself asking: How can I get him to commit to me? I thought I had met my soul mate.