What happens when you’re in a relationship with someone who’s dealing with depression and being distant? Should you stay or should you give them an ultimatum?
In this week’s podcast, that was just one of the questions I answered from one of our listeners’ posts in the Relationship School Facebook group.
I covered a lot of ground in the sex and relationships category from polyamorous relationships in the context of post-betrayal to dealing with relationship dissatisfaction. Some pretty intense stuff.
Here’s one of the other questions I answered in this new podcast:
No one talks about the sex slowing down in a long-term relationship. What is healthy and normal and what is not?
If you want to know the answer to this question and more relationship advice, I invite you to listen to my new podcast.
Check it out:
- 1:30 Being in a relationship with someone who takes anti-depressives
- 5:45 Being the one who always takes the initiative to work on the relationship
- 8:45 Can polyamorous relationships solve partnership problems?
- 11:45 Benefits of men being part of a men’s group
- 13:35 Sex frequency in long term relationships
- 15:15 When can being too demanding cause dissatisfaction?
- 19:50 Supporting each other in conflicts with other people