There is a general belief that people who identify as asexual do not form romantic relationships. New research indicates that this is not the case. Lori Brotton of the University of British Columbia suggests that there has always been a general assumption that sexual attraction and romantic attraction happen at the same time.
How do couples repair their relationship when trust has been broken?
A prevalent belief among social scientists is that extramarital affairs are tolerated more by men than they are by women.
Men generally tend to sabotage their chances of good health because they are too shy, too macho, too busy, or too afraid to ask for help. Statistically men visit their GP half as often as women but globally men die younger than women. In contrast men are more sensitive to mild ailments such as flu and tend to over-rate how bad the symptoms are in comparison with women.
One of the statements I make to couples when they first begin couples counselling in Sydney is; There is a problem in your relationship...