Leo Tolstoy wrote, “Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” Doesn’t this same concept apply to couples?
Happy couples are rich in discovery, excitement, passion, curiosity, gazing and, of course, touching.
Unhappy couples are miserable and it’s usually due to one of the following 6 reasons:
1. Fault-Finding When one or both people start to focus on the flaws, rather than the merits of the other, the relationship is doomed. What was once cute, quirky and tolerable now gets on your last nerve. For many of us, it’s easier to focus on problems instead of the solutions.
It’s easier to criticize rather than compliment or to destroy rather than create. In relationships, fault-finding is the beginning of the end.Read More»
Question: Is it possible for two people to maintain a committed, meaningful relationship if they only see each other three times a year? Listen now.
Letting go of the familiar requires courage. Do you think this caller will leave her boyfriend? She’s had enough and is tired of paying for everything.
Sounds like this recently divorced young mom needs to stop dating (especially her current boyfriend).
After her fathers’ death, this daughter wants a few family heirlooms. Step mom won’t allow her to come into the home.
Divorced for six years, this mom wonders why she pays more attention to her dates defects than their attributes.