"The past few months, I have become increasingly bored with my husband and my sex drive is suffering. Other men are suddenly becoming much more attractive to me. I haven't talked to my husband about it, because how awful would it be to hear these things from someone?"
Many singles are conflicted about marrying. They yearn for the fulfillment a good marriage brings but are afraid to commit. They fear it won't work out, which given the current high rate of marriage failures, is understandable.
Everyone knows that sometimes marriages just go wrong. It's nobody's fault sometimes; two people just don't mesh the way they once did, or things happen that make life difficult over time. Some ex-couples even stay friends. Unfortunately, that's not always the case.
Within the therapy community there is a general belief that counselors and psychotherapists are gender neutral and that they do not impose their personal beliefs about gender roles onto their clients. In my experience, this belief is incorrect.
There are certain quotes that hold more significance to us than one reason or another. They strike a deep and meaningful chord and touch us.
If I get married again, it will be because I want to share assets (and maybe children) and I want to erect a barrier to exit. I realize this sounds unromantic. Because it is.
Maybe my marriage didn't end on my terms, but it was an opportunity to better myself. And I've found peace, love and success as I've changed the things that may have helped create cracks in the foundation the first time around.
In Heidi Pitlor's The Daylight Marriage, when wife Hannah disappears, her husband, Lovel...
Why would I want my first experience -- the first time to feel that connection -- to be with anyone other than the person I hope to spend the rest of my life with?
In our time living together in our west-facing house, he hadn't ever really shared my joy in sunsets. I never received sunset photo texts from him, and I often wished for more thoughtfulness during our marriage.
By Andrea Syrtash, Glamour Photo: Romulo A Yanes There's nothing like the holiday season to remind you (or for others to remind y...
Through this experience, I've grown to learn a bit about what it takes to be a better husband when your spouse depends on you to be the caretaker.
It seems so unreasonable when you put it that way: My wife left me because sometimes I leave dishes by the sink. But when you choose to love someone, it becomes your pleasure to do things that enhance their lives and bring you closer together, rather than a chore.
This new study was based on data collected throughout the 2000s. It found that, for young adults who moved on from a first relationship, both men and women received similar emotional boosts whether they moved in with their second partner or got married to them.
When my wife and I got married I knew there would be some things I would be giving up. Most men worry about never sleeping with another woman again ...
When you find yourself in an unpleasant situation it is best to get out of it as graciously as you can. To focus on the issue and blow things out of proportion is fruitless. You can teach people to mend their faults a hundred times better by setting a good example than you can by harsh or self-righteous words.