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September 2018 Archives

Is he cheating on you? I don’t know. Probably? It’s better to be safe than sorry, girl. A recent article in a popular woman’s magazine says he is. Who am I to argue with such literature? They use scientific science! […]

It’s a question I get a surprising amount of the time: “My boyfriend is into [X] and I have no idea what [X] even is.  Help!”  It’s good when you want to take an interest in your significant other’s way […]

You know, I never see Facebook campaigns about basic civility.  I know, I know, I sound like a grouchy old man, but I hate seeing “repost this if you hate cancer”, because everybody hates cancer: you’re just extorting attention. How […]

While it started out as a place to reconnect with grade school classmates and play Farmville, Facebook has (whether we like it or not) increasingly become a major part of our daily lives. Seeing as how employers and lawyers use […]

Every so often I’ll get a question around here that makes me feel like it needs more than just a quick answer. Such is the case with an anonymous question I received yesterday that goes a little something like this: […]

One of the most intriguing parts about any relationship discussion is the fact that men and women swear that neither of us understand the other one. We try to explain ourselves, largely to unsuccessful results. Honestly, I think that’s part […]

This is a short one, as I want reader input here. Sometimes talking is good. The blog is a starter seed, the info will hopefully be in the comments. Get a lot of questions in about Mr. Right. How to […]

Every year new studies about women came out. Some “proving” that women “depend” on social media while men just look up the weather and sports scores, others that women are “biologically” less funny than men.  They are both, of course, […]

I had an interesting discussion the other day about a married man who has been stringing along his mistress for four years. As we all agreed, the guy was clearly never going to leave his wife for her. After four years, […]