A path set forth with the hopes of love, friendship, and common goals, frequently runs into unforeseen obstacles. Arriving at a child's life is one such challenge that many couples face. Occasionally, what starts out as the realisation of a common goal can inadvertently cause a drift that turns the couple from husband and wife into devoted but estranged parents.
Feeling protective towards your partner, married or otherwise, often stems from a deep-seated commitment. It is natural, sometimes healthy even, when you feel responsible for your partner. However, there is a fine line between being protective and dominating or controlling your loved ones.
Love, they say, is a wild ride full of ups, downs, and unexpected loops. If you've ever been married, you know that navigating the emotional spectrum of your spouse can sometimes feel like riding a roller coaster blindfolded. One moment you're cruising on Cloud Nine, and the next, you're hurtling through the twists and turns of their feelings.
Love is like a giant, mysterious puzzle, and we're all just trying to find that perfect fit. Thankfully, Dr Gary Chapman has given us a roadmap in the form of the 5 love languages. So, grab your magnifying glass and let's embark on a thrilling detective mission to uncover your unique love language!
Truth be told, I had no idea Wife Appreciation Day was an occasion to celebrate. Despite constant reminders on social media by media houses that it was “the day” to honour the significant other, and pretty much every married man on my friends list showering their love for their better halves on Facebook, I decided to let the occasion pass.
Take notes, as we present 5 creative date ideas that will not break your wallet, yet leave a lasting impression on your significant other!
Romantic couples with a large age gap, such as that of 10 years or more, often attract social disapproval. However, research shows that even if the favoured age gap is much lower, both men and women are actually open to dating or marrying someone who’s 10-15 years older or younger to them.
Deciphering the core issues in a relationship is as important as finding out whether it is salvageable or not.