Relationships, etc Beware the affair: is your marriage at risk With technology making infidelity easier than ever, one in three men and one in four women will have an affair. So it makes sense to be aware of the danger signs, says marital therapist Andrew G Marshall Alarm bells: Is he’s not coping well with a restructuring at work or financial problems Signs that he might be tempted He always feels criticised He feels ‘I can’t win’ or thinks he’s let you down – perhaps his business is in trouble – or believes that you are permanently disappointed. Why it’s dangerous In your head, there are perfectly good reasons why you’re critical (‘He really doesn’t pull his weight around the house’).
Relationship on the rocks How one woman saved her marriage – just by being NICE to her husband | UPDATED: 00:34 GMT, 25 October 2012 Two events signalled that my marriage was in trouble. The first was forgetting our sixth wedding anniversary, when neither my husband nor I sent flowers, a gift or even a card. Colin mentioned this about three days later, and we laughed nervously about how silly and forgetful we were, grateful we were as bad as each other
Love IS blind: After John tragically lost his sight, he was distraught to find he could no longer picture his wife's face. Far from being torn apart, their bond became even MORE profound | UPDATED: 23:21 GMT, 16 October 2012 For many years, Professor John Hull kept a photograph on his office desk. An image of his wife Marilyn taken shortly after they met, it shows her aged 22, fresh-faced and clear-eyed
Kanye West flies into a fit of rage after he and Kim Kardashian nearly bump into her ex-boyfriend Reggie Bush | UPDATED: 15:16 GMT, 15 October 2012 It was no doubt an awkward moment for all involved when Kim Kardashian and Kanye West nearly bumped into the reality star's ex-boyfriend Reggie Bush on Sunday night. But it appears that the footballer's close presence while the couple were dining at upscale steak house Prime 112 in Miami, left Kim's rapper beau's blood boiling. Rage: Kanye West flew into a fit of rage after he and his girlfriend had a near awkward encounter with Kim's ex-boyfriend Reggie Bush in Miami on Sunday night The 35-year-old flew into a fit of rage when a camerawoman outside of the eatery asked the singer if he congratulated Bush, who is about to become a father for the first time
'In 20 years, we will be married': Ronan Keating's former mistress opens up about their fling and claims he wanted to marry her | UPDATED: 00:23 GMT, 14 October 2012 Last week he admitted that he was 'wrong' for cheating on his wife with a backing dancer, but now the full extent of Ronan Keating's affair with Francine Cornell has been revealed. The 28-year-old has claimed that the Irish singer pursued her during their seven-month fling and even told her they would get married
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Love-bombed on the beach: Besotted boyfriend ambushes sweetheart with 90 of her friends to propose with One Direction lip-synched song Bradley Jansen from Grand Rapids, Michigan used One Direction's One Thing as the soundtrack for his proposal video | UPDATED: 21:31 GMT, 5 October 2012 Those planning a marriage proposal should look away now, as a YouTube video reveals the elaborate lengths one man went to get his girlfriend to say 'yes'. Bradley Jansen, 24, from Grand Rapids, Michigan, recruited around 90 members of family and friends to perform a lip dub to One Direction's One Thing, as he asked his college sweetheart, Emily Kaplan, to marry him.
Have sex with YOU, darling Frankly, I’d rather play golf: Yesterday Shona Sibary confessed she'd rather mop the floor than make love to her husband. Here he admits the feeling's mutual | UPDATED: 00:28 GMT, 5 October 2012 Keith Sibary, pictured with his wife, says hopefully in the future Shona will find her sex drive again and they'll be able to afford a cleaner One of the first things that attracted me to my wife Shona — almost 20 years ago — was the fact she was so uninhibited in bed
How to survive the nine (very tricky) stages of marriage By Tanith Carey PUBLISHED: 23:52 GMT, 3 October 2012 | UPDATED: 23:52 GMT, 3 October 2012 Every bride walks down the aisle hoping love will make her marriage last for ever. But ask women a few years later if they’d marry the same man again, and almost six out of ten say no, according to a new book