Is there ever such a thing as too much cuddling? Perhaps yes especially when it removes the novelty from a relationship. Read on.
Think you already know why date night is important? You probably only know the obvious benefits, but you’ll be surprised by these 5 less well-known benefits.
At times, many of us feel that something is missing in our relationship. On some level, we all share similar basic needs, and a satisfying romantic relationship is one that provides some of those most basic needs.
Nobody goes into a relationship looking for a fight. We want love, we want someone who values us, we want safety and a partner we can share with. We don’t want a fight.
Often when we enter the New Year we take time to review where we’ve been, assess where we want to go, and set intentions around those things most important to us. We listen to health experts give advice about what we can do now for our bodies that will pay off in the long run, and financial experts around how much to put away now for our future financial goals.
Why is every day ending in a fight? Why does it always feel like I’m walking on eggshells? Why am I becoming distant in my relationship when I want to feel closer? If you’re asking any of these questions, you can bet you’ve entered The Attack-Withdraw Vortex, a snappy name for the three toxic patterns we tend to create in our struggling relationships.