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Coping With a Sexless Marriage & the Politics of Wanting

Tina and Bill* have been married 22 years. If you met them, you would say they are an attractive, vibrant, middle-aged couple. Bill is in IT and runs a large organization. Tina runs a health and wellness

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International Couples Advice

International Couple Advice Often international couples often see difference and novelty as a stressor in their marriage. But does it have to be? Here’s some international couple advice that can

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Sex Tips for Mature Couples

No one assumes sexuality is a right for those over 50. You have to grab it. Here are three sex tips for mature couples you can use today. Viagra alone is no promise for a satisfying, intense sexual relationship.

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Sexual Chemistry: The Mythical Land of Groin

Written 8/2013 Updated: 1/2019 Most writers are wrong about sexual chemistry. Don’t look in biochemistry books, because what’s called sexual chemistry is actually an accident of matching sexual

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How to Deal with Loneliness in a Relationship

How to deal with loneliness in a relationship? Listen to this song by Bonnie Raitt about the contours of loneliness. How the hell can a person Go to work in the morning And come home in the evening And

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Aspergers and Love: Five Good Reasons to Love an Aspie

Updated April 21, 2020. This is an old post about Aspergers and love, and over the last six years, after working with even more Neurotypical’s (NT) who are loving someone with Aspergers (AS) I have

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Stop Gottman’s Four Horsemen from Ruining Your Marriage

Gottman’s research has shown that there are some patterns of interaction in a relationship that are very destructive to love: the four things that really destroy marriages.

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