Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Crucial Difference Between Men and Women in Relationships

You know what would be good for relationships? If every one that ended included an exit interview. Just imagine how productive it could be for everyone to clarify their thoughts and feelings about where things went wrong, and what to do differently in the next relationship. When men and women end their relationships, most of their… Continue Reading

Giving up the Ghosts: How to Handle the Match Who Comes Back

You can call them “ghosts,” “re-surfacers” or “sniffers.” But the scenario is usually the same. You receive an email or text from an old romantic interest saying “Hey, what’s up?” or “Long time no hear.” (The latter is particularly annoying, if the person cut things off with you and is insinuating that any lack of communication… Continue Reading

What to Do if Your Guy Has a Wandering Eye

Today’s guest blog comes from therapist and author Faith Deeter, who does a great job of giving advice for a common problem. I guess it’s not as simple as “I see you checking out that woman. Would you like to go join her?!” Enjoy Deeter’s sound insights… When you’re out with your man, does his eye wander elsewhere?… Continue Reading

Ladies: Are You Coming Across as Needy…or Confident?

I know many confident women who lose all of their good senses around men they are interested in. I love this guest blog from YourTango relationship expert Lorna Poole, who reminds all the amazing single ladies out there about maintaining their pride, self-respect and confidence! Trust me, you need to read this article. Why? Because I was that needy… Continue Reading

Is ‘Radical Acceptance’ the Key to a Lasting Relationship?

Today’s incredibly wise guest blog comes from the CEO of YourTango, Andrea Miller. Rising above all of the petty grievances and learning to fully accept others is something we could all strive for in so many of our relationships. Enjoy this thoughtful post! “Andrea, just love him.” These were the surprising words a wise friend had… Continue Reading