Relationship Q & A

Q: I am almost 50 years old and have never been married. Why is it that I can get plenty of boyfriends and the relationships last. Most of my relationships last about six years. I always tell myself I am going to give a relationship two years and if it isn’t going anywhere, I plan to end it. But usually at the two-year mark, things are going so well, I don’t follow through. Then I find myself at the six-year mark with no thoughts of marriage on the horizon. I push; he leaves. I want to be married. What am I doing wrong?

Book Review: Change Your Life Not Your Wife

I found this book to be equally great advice for both men and women in high powered relationships. Many relationships fall into this category of one person being over-invested in their job while the other is typically an at-home parent or homemaker, feeling alone in their marriage. This book specifically speaks to these couples.

Sexual Challenges in a Marriage

Question: We have been married 19 years, my hubby is paralyzed from the stomach down and sex has always been a major problem in our relationship. It has come to the point that I have to please myself and try and imagine him with me sexually.

From First Kiss to Lasting Bliss

I thoroughly enjoyed reading From First Kiss to lasting Bliss. The author took the time to interview and truly capture the essence of twelve couples who have all overcome serious obstacles to their relationship. In each chapter, Lowe shares the story of a couple whose marriage was severely tested, and ultimately strengthened, by going through their challenges.