He divorce rate in the U.S. is at 50%. That means that half of couples give up when the going gets tough, but half is able to work it out. What are their secrets? First of all, they remember that no one is perfect and they include the little things when viewing the relationship. This helps them appreciate their relationship more. They are also willing to put in the work to get results. They realize that the only people who can fix the marriage are them. They listen to their partner and admit when they are wrong.
HGTV’s long time hit series ‘Flip or Flop’ might wind up on the wrong side of flopping sooner rather than later. Recently, certain aspects of Christina and Tarek El Moussa have been revealed and things look grim for the couples personal life and fate of the show, which millions watch. Fortunately, there is a silver lining for HGTV viewers in that the Network are doing everything in their power to maintain the couples on-air personas despite any actual personal friction between the two stars. The question remaining is, will HGTV’s efforts be enough?
Tactics for individuals for people whose partners aren’t interested in sex. Ranging from seduction to honest conversation, all seven tactics are supplied by a sex therapist. The article further talks about the lonely, and perhaps surprisingly, common occurrence of this problem within modern relationships. The article is accompanied by a video.
- Being in a relationship with someone who’s disinterested in sex can feel incredibly lonely. A discrepancy in desire is more common than most people realize, though.
- Without asking, there’s no way of knowing why your spouse is disinterested in sex. Maybe they’re just exhausted and too stressed out by the day’s end to initiate sex.
- The mismatch often creates a cycle where the spouse with the higher sex drive complains, compares or criticizes their partner and the partner ends up having sex out of obligation, she explained.
“Being in a relationship with someone who’s disinterested in sex can feel incredibly lonely. A discrepancy in desire is more common than most people realize, though.”