Archive for August, 2014

Seeking marriage? Try shorter men

Sunday, August 31st, 2014

Science has been backing up the worst kept secret about women for some time—they go for the tall guys. Two sociologists, one from the University of North Texas and the other from Rice University found that 48.9 percent of women have a height requirement for their online profiles—he needs to be taller. They collected data […]

Does your love life need help? Try some “choreplay”

Friday, August 22nd, 2014

As a psychotherapist and relationship coach who works with many couples—I often hear men (especially) lamenting that their wives are not interested/have little interest in sex. Their wives often respond with something along the lines of “I’m so exhausted and have not time to myself—and he doesn’t get it.” They go on to talk about […]

Thirty nights of sex

Saturday, August 16th, 2014

A Utah couple with two young children, two demanding jobs and lots of reasons to be too tired for intimacy decided to try a “sexperiment”—and then blogged about it.
Meg Conley was concerned that she and her husband Riley Bingham were losing touch with one another—which every busy couple knows is all too easy to […]

Can you be single and happy?

Saturday, August 9th, 2014

Too often I get that question “Can someone be single and truly happy?” My response always follows a similar vein—it depends. If a single person’s idea of happiness centers on being married, it’s unlikely they will find “happiness” while still single. After all, their definition is very narrow and depends completely on one element being […]

Dating after 50—for Dummies

Tuesday, August 5th, 2014

There’s a new book titled Dating after 50 for Dummies—written by AARP relationship expert, Pepper Schwartz, PhD. Who would have thought that the AARP would have their own relationship expert? It’s not the same world that boomers grew up in when older folks retired and headed for a quiet pasture.
The Today Show did a segment […]