How a puppy helped heal a grieving heart On the eve of the millennium, my life looked great to outsiders. I had not one successful career but two. I worked as both a journalist – writing articles for the Daily Mail, Daily Express and The Times – and helping couples as a marital therapist. But […]
Lots of people think that once one partner has fallen out of love that the relationship is over. What’s the point if the feelings have gone?
“I love you but I’m not in love with you” is one of the worst things that your partner can say but you can turn it into an opportunity to transform your relationship.
The most reliable indicator of which couples will be happy, connected and in stay in love is how well they communicate.
There is hope and a proven way to win her over—as long as you don’t panic and makes things worse.
You’re trying to save your marriage but you keep getting stuck on one question. It comes up over and over again: why? Your partner wants you to answer: why did I cheat?
I’ve got six ways to avoid panicking and videos that spells out the five worst reactions to “my husband doesn’t love me any more”.
Life is hard. We want joy and happiness but we also have to cope with setbacks, rejection and pain.
I get lots of people writing to me saying “my husband has left me, what do I do now?”
I have recently met a photography called Chris James Dade and been blown away by his work.