The Intimacy Short Circuit

From 15 years to 1… I’d been with my previous partner for close to 15 years. This article isn’t really about that relationship. I just mention it to illustrate how out of touch I am when it comes to new relationships. I expected my current partner to just “know” that I hate mushrooms, am a   [read more]

Dealing with Stress: Do You Turn Toward, Away From, or Against Each Other?

Turning Toward, Away, or Against When stress occurs in your life or relationship, do you and your partner turn toward each other for support, soothing, and assistance? Do you try to protect your partner (or yourself) by keeping things to yourself and turning away from your partner? Or do you turn on each other and   [read more]

3 Qualities of People Who Are Great at Relationships

What makes one person great at relationships and another experience one failed relationship after another? Are some people just “better” at relationships than others? Is it possible to take on the qualities of someone who is great at relationships? There are 3 essential qualities of people who really know how to create strong, emotionally healthy   [read more]

Can Bisexuals Really Be Monogamous?

One of the myths that bisexuals hear a lot is this belief that since a bisexual person is attracted to both genders, they must be unable to be in relationship with just one person, because then they wouldn’t be getting all their needs met. This can be a difficult myth to overcome and can get in   [read more]

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