Resolutions – A Look Ahead at 2017

New Year’s resolutions are a good way to set goals for the year ahead.  However, the success rate for these resolutions, according to a recent random telephone survey by Opinion Research Corp. of Princeton N.J., revealed that only 8% of North Americans achieve their goals.  The main problem?  Unrealistic goals met with unrealistic timelines. Perhaps […]

Dating: Getting a fresh start in 2017

The marking of a new year can be a great chance to evaluate the past, and determine what we’d like to strive for in the months to come. While new year’s resolutions are often grandiose (and often unrealistic) changes, we can instead choose to focus on attainable steps which will improve our overall state of […]

Dating and the Art of Conversation

Some people are great conversationalists. Interesting things seem to just roll off their tongues, they never seem to be at a loss for words, but most importantly, they make you feel comfortable when talking to them. And if we look (and listen) closely, it’s not even so much what they’re saying but how they’re saying […]

How to Assess Your Relationship

When we first meet someone and experience that “spark” – nothing compares to that feeling of initial excitement. Have you ever noticed though, how it can take over everything and before you know it you wake up wondering, “How did things get like this?” All people have needs, and sometimes the need/want for physical intimacy […]

Is Marriage Still Relevant?

It’s pretty amazing to think of how much marriage, relationships, and even human interaction in general, have changed within the last 100 years.  It used to be that marriage was assumed, something that everyone did – a carry-over from the days where it was mainly a business agreement.  If a woman didn’t get married, she […]