Many people see friends of the opposite sex as a threat to their relationship. This topic always seems to ignite strong emotions. I’ve had this conversation with many people and I am always interested in hearing other perspectives. What is it about this topic that seems to be so controversial among men and women? Are the emotions based on logic or experience? Here’s what I've learned about having friends of the opposite sex while in a serious relationship. 1. BE OPEN AND HONE
One. "I Love You" Yes, even if some of us don't say it as often as we should, we enjoy hearing our lady tell us that she loves us. Saying "I love you" may feel unnatural to someone who has rarely heard it growing up. A woman’s love nurtures, and even the most masculine men thrive on such affection. So, next time your man comes home, wrap your arms around him and tell him “I love you”. Two. "I Want You" So, I know what you’re thinking, and this is not just about being sexual.
I didn't plan on being the second wife, it just happened. In retrospect, I am so glad that it did. I sometimes ask myself if I could choose, would I rather have Landon the first time around. That question is unfair. Half of me would obviously say yes, the other half would respectfully decline. The truth is, there are some perks to being the second wife. But, I'd be lying if I were to say that it doesn't come with a cost. Let's dive right into the journey and jewels of being L
Welp, it's here! It's finally here! We have been in the lab working on bringing you this. It may not look like much now, but oh, you wait! The Couples Society blog is just a fraction of a larger vision that we both share. We are using our one love, to carryout one mission, with the same vision. So, Why Blog? The beauty about love and relationships is that no ONE relationship is exactly the same (because each person is different), but even still, we can form connections with o