The secret to keeping things comfortable, calm, and connected is to address the uncomfortable issues that pull you two apart.
Leave "relationship goals" behind and form healthy habits that you and your partner can practice every day.
Couples that work out together can stay together because they now have a ritual of connection that creates shared meaning.
Give your relationship gifts that keep on giving.
Communication affects how safe and secure we feel in our relationships as well as our level of intimacy.
Learn about the 5:1 ratio that will change the way you look at conflict and have you accentuating the positive over the negative.
Difficult conversations can lead to flooding. Here are steps to remain calm while staying present for yourself and your partner.
A confession about gender identity or sexual orientation within a relationship can bring conflicting feelings. What do you do next?
In this article, Certified Gottman Therapist Dr. Cheryl Fraser continues to debunk love life ideas that you've got to be in the mood and that great love "just happens."
When you put words to your desire for your partner, you can experience a satisfying relationship in and out of bed.
Research shows couples can move forward after an affair. But how?
If you're worried your sex life is over, sex therapist Dr. Cheryl Fraser is here to dismantle the beliefs that mess with your head and your bed.