Make sure to make your relationship a priority. Remember that each of you are different and be willing to accept those variations. Respect one another, appreciate one another, and enjoy one another!
I'm a relationship expert and truly enjoy teaching people the skills they can use to have a better relationship. I'm a "people" person -- the most important ones to me are my husband, daughters,son-in-law and my grandson (the little prince).
Aww, I just love what you call your grandson. I have the little princess. You are so blessed to have your skills. I am sure they helped you out numerous times. I think I have read enough books, I should know what I am doing by now. Ha.
Hi Dr. Karen, i do not know whether there is something wrong with me but i do not like it when my husband is allover me all the time!! i prefer that we sit maybe on the couch talk about our future, day at work etc without him being so 'clingy'. He does not understand this!!
Do you have any advise for me?
Hi Dr. Karen thanks so much for the wonderful advice. however i have tried several times clicking on the link to your website and it is working.
Another thing, sometimes my husband gets bad breath and i really do not know how to go about it because as you understand it is a vey senstive matter. Any advice on how to go about it? i will really apprieciate.
Even if you're in isolation with your spouse doesn't mean that you still can't be lonely. Dr. Karen Sherman joins to discuss how this is possible, what this means and how to address feeling lonely in marriage.