Category: General Marriage
An interview with Coach Lee Wilson
Interviewer: I’m exploring a potentially rising phenomenon of married couples taking time apart to pursue separate activities before coming back together stronger. This might have been because the marriage was unhappy, because they wanted to do things that their spouse didn’t want to do, or because they wanted to “rediscover” their independence for a bit.… Read More
More people have a better idea of the challenges of being married, or hopelessly in love with someone possessing the unmissable gifts you can’t imagine living without!
Adult ADHD isn’t the unusual diagnosis it used to be.
Even when it comes to marriage and serious dating relationships, more and more people have a better idea of the challenges related to being married, seriously committed to, or just hopelessly in love with someone possessing the unmissable gifts you can’t imagine living without, such as:
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It is greatly beneficial for your marriage if you invest time and energy into hobbies you can do together.
It can be an incredible contribution to feelings of closeness and intimacy when your spouse is also your playmate.
Below is an extensive list of hobbies that a married couple can share.… Read More
In June, 2704 married individuals responded to our survey regarding the impact on marriages from the re-openings after lockdowns. The responding individuals were married as of June 3, 2021.
The survey asked the following main question (with related questions below) :
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Since the re-opening following the lockdowns of 2020/2021 and significant return to normal from the changes of the COVID-19 pandemic, has your marriage relationship been impacted?
Note: Coach Lee Wilson was interviewed in a story by the New York Times regarding a poll/survey he did of married couples who were considering divorce prior and during the lockdowns of COVID-19.… Read More
According to some media reports, marriages are cracking under the strain of lockdown and divorce rates are soaring. In August, Mailonline reported a divorce boom in the United States.
In September BBC news reported a divorce boom in the UK. Read between the lines, though, and you should start to smell a rat.… Read More
Does the No Contact Rule work for marriages who are separated or where one spouse wants a divorce?
Can you save your marriage with the No Contact Rule?
In the video above and this post relationship expert Coach Lee discusses whether the No Contact Rule can help to get a husband or wife back in marriages that are in danger of divorce or separation (or are already separated).… Read More
There are many out there who get intimacy mixed up with other healthy relationship “requirements.”
Intimacy is not the same thing as sexuality and is not the same thing as passion.
So what is it?
Intimacy is “in-to-me-see”!
It is truly knowing and trusting your partner; it is being vulnerable around each other; it is absolute commitment and understanding; it is offering up care and compassion in times of need; it is being a “we” and not a “me”; and it is open and honest communication.… Read More
Note from Coach Lee: The title of Metro’s interview with me suggests that I didn’t think any of the cast from Love Is Blind will make it, but that’s not what I think.
My main assertion is that the setup of the highly entertaining show places the couples in a position to experience what is known as limerence and that marrying during that time is a risky proposition that could end up being difficult for them as limerence fades without them having a history, experiences, or real-life situations together beyond conversation.… Read More
By Daniel Steingold
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Perhaps love and marriage don’t go together like a horse and carriage after all. A new study finds that older Americans looking for love are latching onto a new trend that tempers the demands of a committed relationship, a phenomenon known as “Living Apart Together,” or “LAT.”… Read More
- Some medicines can may make you aggressive, suicidal or even homicidal
- Includes drugs for high cholesterol, asthma or acne, or even the Pill
- Researchers found that taking statins can make some women violent
When you take a commonly prescribed drug for a physical condition such as high cholesterol, asthma or acne, or even the birth control Pill, you may be alert for signs of physical side-effects.… Read More