June left vestibularology to get married and raise four children in Northbrook, Illinois.While she raised her family, June also worked part-time as a travel agent.Read on for their very best, relationship-saving advice. It’s simple: Stress and anxiety within the relationship will cause her to stray, while happiness will keep her committed, says Kristen Mark, Ph.D., the lead author on a 2011 study on infidelity at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. Hawkins age 74 of Highland, IN passed away Thursday, January 28, 2016.A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, January 29, 2016 from p.m. Richard was retired from the Highland Police Department and continued his career with Highland Public Works.
Scheduling a date night at a concert of sporting event, for example—and texting her at 11 p.m. And while your sex drive (or hers) isn’t something you can necessarily control, it may be worth it to simply —as awkward as it can be, yes—how you can be doing it more… “A lack of intimacy can cause distress in the relationship,” says Dr. The assumption that women aren’t as likely to cheat makes many men feel safe and secure in their relationships. “The gender gap that we saw in research five to seven years ago is closing,” says Mark.June had very fond memories of her childhood in Hammond, and attributed the Hammond community as a positive and significant influence in shaping her as an adult. June always loved returning to Hammond to visit her parents and brothers, and bringing her children and grandchildren to see where she grew up. Dating Violence is the act of controlling and/or abusive behavior in a romantic relationship.on Friday to come over and eat leftover pizza—will show her she’s a priority. Chris Kraft, a Clinical Director of the Sexual Behaviors Consultation Unit at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. It may be easier to than it is to deal with the issues within their own relationship that are causing a less-than-stellar sex life. “We found that women and men are equally likely to engage in infidelity.” Why? Here’s the thing: Cheating’s not necessarily driven by status, sex appeal, or money.Women are cultivating more personal relationships in the workplace (outside watchful gaze), and social networking sites are making it a lot easier to get in touch with that high school boyfriend than it was a decade ago. So while you’re worried about the hot boss who makes big money at her workplace, maybe you be wary the dorky best friend with the deep emotional connection.