"Relationships are hard work and like others have said, I think you should sit down with her and tell her how you feel. Or, since some men don't like talking about feelings, you could try to lead by example. Ask her on a date and…"
"The first thing to do is to request that she put the doggone phone away, turn off the computer, and have a face-to-face discussion with each you. Too many couples today hide behind the new technology and social media. If you are serious…"
from my point of view I dont think that you are or her are jack**** , maybe you two need some start overs , you need to set down and talk , maybe telling her how do you feel about her setting with the facebook instead of setting with…"
So, my wife and I went to the comedy show last night. We haven't been in sync for some time now. She was upset with me afterwards because she said that she felt alone, that I wasn't close to her. I get that. My problem is that she was distant with me prior to the show. As soon as we got to the table, she whipped out the iPhone to get on Facebook. Many times during the week when I attempt to kiss her or try to get close, she gets irritated. She's told me before that "she can't breathe" or "let…See More
"Maybe he's worried that you think differently about him because he went to war. Try to get him to talk about the deployment. Let him know that war is not fun and you still support and love him regardless of what he may have experienced out…"
"That you think she talks in circles just proves you really aren't listening. If you're not getting the point, ask! I can feel your frustration and I imagine she is just as frustrated that she can't make you understand (can you guess…"
"Oddly enough, my husband just made this comment to me today! I'm working on it. I, too, constantly tell me husband that he doesn't listen to me. I'm very fearful of being called a "nag", but I am easily frustrated when he…"
New reseearch indicates that overly affectionate couples early in their marriage are more likely to have troubles later in their marriage. But what is too much affection? What about the honeymoon? Dr. Karen Sherman explains.