Why does your husband spend money like it's going out of style? Why does he accuse you of nagging when all you're trying to do is lessen what feels like the national debt?
Two woman are commiserating: "He's a great guy," the one says, "and I love him dearly, but I swear, he not only thinks money grows on trees, he thinks he's got a whole orchard!" "Tell me about it," the other replies, "Mine pounces on every new credit card, completely ignoring all the ones we've already maxed out."… Continue
Added by Noelle Nelson on November 23, 2010 at 10:14pm —
Dr. Trina Read answers, "Now that my kids are older, my husband and I want to have better sex more often. How can we make this happen?" For more great videos, articles, blogs and podcasts go to… Continue
Added by Trina Read on November 22, 2010 at 7:52am —
Why do you think if something's going wrong, it must be your fault? Why are you so sure if your boss is upset, it's because you've done something to upset him?
Your boss is in a bad mood, and the first thing that goes through your mind is "What did I do?" You're sure you've made some terrible mistake. You obsess until you can't stand it anymore and come right out with "Let me know what I've done. Whatever it is, I'll fix it." Your boss looks at you funny and says "What are you… Continue
Added by Noelle Nelson on November 19, 2010 at 8:00pm —
My Husband has joined dating sites to talk t other women because he says he can't talk to me. when i found out he just switched it from his computer to his blackberry. but he tells me he is not cheating. Any advice as to what i should do?
One of our favorite marriage experts, Dr. Terri Orbuch, author and lead researcher of the longest running study of marriage in America talks with ABC News and reveals secrets to having a happy marriage.
The reason why I ask this is because recently my husband decided to have a one night stand. You see he started to have a work relationship with a co-worker that works in a different building and then it turned into a more personal level. They began to email each other at work and also via facebook. They both claim that it started as an innocent work relationship but they got to close for comfort. He claims that she would make comments of how she would like to kiss his lips, etc. She also…
What is happening to your face? Where did all those lines and wrinkles come from?
A woman sits with a co-worker during her lunch break, commenting on the people passing by, "Look, there goes another one – not a wrinkle on her." "Of course not," the co-worker replies, "She's all of twenty-two, if that." "How about that one," the woman says, "No saggy cheeks. No turkey neck. No pouchy eyes, nothing!" "That's because you keep looking at the young ones," her co-worker points out, "Look… Continue
Added by Noelle Nelson on November 8, 2010 at 10:24pm —
Inevitably the conversation went to girl’s sexuality—this after I got on my soap box and proclaimed a big reason why women have sexual hang-ups is because of us putting girls/ young ladies/ women’s… Continue
Added by Trina Read on November 5, 2010 at 8:52am —
There are two news items out, one touting the positives and the other the negatives of our new always-connected smartphone culture. The first is a story from NPR where a couple finds that their iPhones have created a barrier between. In one instance, the husband… Continue
Added by hitched on November 3, 2010 at 12:15pm —
In a bit of an odd study, British researchers evaluated substances including alcohol, cocaine, heroin, ecstasy and marijuana and ranked them based on how destructive they are to the individual who takes them and to society as a whole. Most dangerous was alcohol—even more than heroin and cocaine. Marijuana was found to be the least harmful. Taken into consideration these drugs were analyzed on how addictive it is, how it harms the body, environmental damage caused by the drug, its role… Continue
Added by hitched on November 2, 2010 at 5:05pm —
The kids are finally grown enough for you to feel OK about re-entering the work world, or the economy has made such a mess of your single-income life that your spouse is nudging you into “You gotta get a job, Honey,” emphasis on the “gotta,” or you’d been on disability, recuperating from that awful disease, but here you are now, as well as you’re going to get and it’s time to earn your keep. Yikes! Whatever skill-set you had is woefully outdated, the job market is a disaster, how in the world… Continue
Added by Noelle Nelson on November 2, 2010 at 7:50am —
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.