Tag: Relationship Goals

Are You Solving Your Relationship Problems or Just Creating More?

Are You Solving Your Relationship Problems or Just Creating More?

Are you solving your relationship problems or just creating more? For the most part, people want to solve their relationship problems because they don’t like negativity, hard feelings, or friction in their relationship. They want their relationships to run smoothly, and to have positive interactions and to get along. When a problem in a relationship…

Monogamy in Relationships is not Always Easy

Monogamy in Relationships is not Always Easy

Monogamy in relationships is not always easy. When a relationship gets comfortable, sometimes the eyes and heart begin to wander. The trust that has been built over time could be in jeopardy if they wander too far. Not all people want to be in committed, monogamous relationships. That is the first part of the problem. If…

Relationships Should Not be Left to Chance

Relationships Should Not be Left to Chance

Relationships should not be left to chance. Everything we, as a couple, do creates the relationship we have currently and shapes its future. Resolved issues can be left behind, but unresolved issues come along with us going forward, and if it was a problem in the past, it will be a problem in the future.…

Maintaining a Healthy Relationship

Maintaining a Healthy Relationship

Maintaining a healthy relationship is a lot harder than it sounds. You do not have to have a perfect relationship in order for it to be a healthy one. You cannot reasonably expect to get along every day for the rest of your lives, and that it is okay to have disagreements once in a…

Afraid to Speak Your Mind in Your Relationship?

Afraid to Speak Your Mind in Your Relationship?

Are you afraid to speak your mind in your relationship? Are you afraid that if you say what is on your mind you will only make matters worse? Are you fearful that what you say may change the one you love’s feelings for you? It is that fear that is going to change your relationship for…