I’m not really a morning person and not really an evening person. I function about equally well all day long (even took a test that… Read More »Not All Romantic Gestures Look the Same
Hi Page! I’m a long time reader of your blog and I have a mostly positive question! About feeeeelings. And communication styles. I’ve currently got… Read More »Ways to Bridge the Gap If Your Partner’s Top Love Language Is Words of Affirmation & Yours Isn’t
In 2008 I became obsessed with Myers-Briggs. For those who haven’t heard of it, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a personality test that gives… Read More »Myers-Briggs & Love Languages Aren’t Scientifically Valid, But That Doesn’t Make Them Useless.
“You know, Page,” he says, “it seems like every time I turn around, I bump into someone who has just discovered the Love Languages framework,… Read More »When You Have the Right Love Language But Are Speaking at the Wrong Volume
It’s Saturday. We’re both working in the living room on our laptops. Delighted as always to be workaholics. His Spotify mix is playing in the… Read More »I Realize I’m Loved at the Strangest Times, from the Smallest Things
I recently published an article called “When I’m Asking Why You Love Me, I’m Really Asking What Love Is to You.” I was pleasantly surprised… Read More »Feeling Loved and Being Loved Are Different
Practice yourself, for heaven’s sake in little things, and then proceed to greater. -Epicetus * We have more possibilities in each moment than we realize.… Read More »Forget Grand Gestures. Relationships Are Lost (or Won) in the Details.
I enjoy and follow your writings and the recent one about how to know your partner is jealous and not just inventing a concern reminded… Read More »Distressed by Another’s Jealousy: How to Deal With Guilt From Hurting a Partner