Introvert or extrovert? And… does it matter?
For people engaging in relationships, the shared connection will largely depend on how well you 'get' one another. For this reason, it can be helpful to learn where you both sit on the introvert/extrovert spectrum. Before we look at that, let’s be clear on what introvert and extrovert means. The terms introversion and extroversion were first popularised by Carl Jung in the early 20th… Read more
How being humble can make your relationship better
Sacrificing your own gratification to better meet someone else’s needs doesn’t come easily to all of us, but a new study published this March by the American Psychological Association  suggests that this might be key to maintaining a strong relationship. The study, carried out at the University of North Texas, conducted research with 459… Read more
Would you spend £3000 on a ‘love retreat’ for dating advice? – Telegraph.co.uk
Would you spend £3000 on a 'love retreat' for dating advice?
Picture the scene. A sea of women thrashing their arms about, screaming 'yes, Yes, YES!' as music throbs through giant speakers. It is reminiscent of clubbing back in the Nineties but we are in a bland conference room in sunny Florida, and none of …
Building Successful Long Term Relationships
Keeping that passion alive in your bedroom isn’t always easy. When you are with the same partner, even if it is a mutually fulfilling long term relationship, it becomes easy to make sex a habit instead of meaningful. The meaning behind each sexual encounter will be different; sometimes you both want to have fun, sometimes… Read more
Can laughter make us better at relationships?
As Uncle Albert in Mary Poppins will testify: we all love to laugh. But did you know that studies may have proven that laughing with your partner can strengthen your relationship and your health? It seems quite obvious that enjoying positive times with your partner is physically and emotionally good for you, but a study… Read more