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Don’t have your headphones or a private place to listen right now? Read the script here: The Seven Ways to Holiday Stress Proof Your Marriage #1 Sleep, or else. (0:00) Number one, get some sleep! (Because no one likes being
Kimberly: The next question we have, this woman says, “I wanted to know, how do I trust my husband again? How do I help him build trust?” Joe: As we’ve stated many times, when we get a written question we
Kimberly: Next question we have, this one’s a bit lengthier, but here we go. My wife and I have had sex twice in the last five years. Last time was about two to three years ago. Disclosure, she is hurt
Kimberly: First question this person says, how can I get my spouse to listen to my wants and needs in fixing our marriage, even when he is still angry with me and he doesn’t want to talk to me? Dr.
There may come a time, if it hasn’t already, when you want to set deadlines for your spouse. But when and how might you give that “deadline” to a reluctant spouse? You may be thinking that setting that deadline constitutes as a
When a married person with strong values winds up in a limerent relationship with another person, it leads to cognitive dissonance. In that state, the person is emotionally and mentally miserable because their actions are in disharmony with their beliefs and values.
QUESTION: How do you focus? I find myself constantly on the very edge of anxiety moving into the pit of my stomach, losing focus, unable to think or cope with much of anything. I really do need to function. I
You are not quite sure how you got yourself into the affair, and even less sure about how to end an affair. You love your paramour but hate the sneaking and cheating. You vacillate between ending the affair and giving
Though limerence by its very nature is relatively short-lived (typically lasting somewhere between 3 months and 36 months) it is a very real and intense emotion/feeling. When a person decides to leave a limerent relationship, or if they are the one abandoned by the other, the emotions don’t immediately disappear. READ MORE
It’s common for people who are separated or even divorced to continue to have sex with each other. There are reasons for that, such as comfort with the familiar, not having to seek out new partners, and a sense of safety (not worrying about STDs and such). But does it increase the odds of the two of you reuniting? READ
Porn creates a set of expectations about sex in marriage that are quite literally impossible to fulfill. But there’s more… READ
The person that you love, who once so deeply loved you, now treats you as if you are the enemy. You long for any sign of affection; a hug, a smile, even a kind word. You pray that it will be once again what it once was. You ache in a way you cannot explain, a pain that never subsides during the day and that wakes you at night. Read This Article.
Limerence is a feeling of being madly in love with someone. Among its many characteristics are obsessive thinking about that person, changing things about yourself to please that person, and perceiving anyone who stands between you and that person as an enemy. It is a euphoric sensation that has no comparison. Read More.