In case you missed it, I was on Home & Family today discussing how the New Year is a great time to freshen up your REALationship vows. I believe that each couple should renew their relationship goals annually or bi-annually so each party is always on the same page about important issues.
Dear Dr. Eris,
I am a 38yr. old stay at home mom and wife. We have one 7 ½ yr. old son and my husband and I are approaching our 13yr. anniversary. We have a pretty great life the three of us we adore our son and each other. However, in the recent years my husband and I feel more like roommates than spouses. We talk to each other very briefly during the day about superficial things. I am home all day with our son and no car so I don’t get out much and he works as a full time Collections Manager roughly 50hrs. a week. I feel like we have so little in common these days and I often feel lonely. I think we both are to blame I have become complacent with staying on the computer and he works all day watch sports and goes to bed. Our sex life is a joke when we have it its only when my son is at school or at my dad’s and its very very brief no romance hell no foreplay at all. read moreCommunication Problems, marriage rut, relationship issues, Relationship Problems, sex advice, stay at home mom
Arguments happen all the time – when you least expect them. No matter what kind of relationship you have — with bosses, friends, girlfriends or wives — it‘s inevitable that you will have to deal with disagreements. Its how you deal with them that matters. Here are some healthy ways to argue that I suggest. I give them to my clients and I’ve tried them at home and they seem to work for me. read morehealthy relationships, relationship advice, Relationship Problems, Relationships