Relationships

Relationships
Nathalie Sommer

Discover How You’re Erotically Wired

Find out why knowing how you’re erotically wired is key to a better sex life and relationships from Relationship and Intimacy Coach Nathalie Sommer.
divorce in France

Le Divorce: Part 2 – Getting a Lawyer (Beware!)

In Part 2 of our three-part series on divorce in France, get sound advice on how to seek the right lawyer to represent you in a split that could bring serious consequences to your life.
divorce

Le Divorce in France: Part 1 – Hard Facts and Painful Truths

Even in a country known for romance, half of all marriages fail. In the first of a three-part series, get valuable tips on “le divorce” in France.
empty nest

Man in the Kitchen: Table for One in the Empty Nest

No matter how much you prepare, empty nest syndrome can hit you hard. Ken Carlton, author and father of two boys off to college, describes the heartbreak of cooking and eating alone.
websites for coaches

Why Certain Websites for Coaches Pop or Flop

Thinking of launching a coaching business? A specialist in websites for coaches offers tips to make your site stand out with personality and style.
dating

Couples Share Their Best and Worst Online Dating Stories

Considering the world of online dating? Here are some tips gleaned from the stories of those in the know ...
Insideout

Former Tennis Star Finds Fulfillment Off the Courts Living InsideOut

A phenom in her teens, this expat "mompreneur" shares how true fulfillment came later in life as she learned to find strength and balance living "InsideOut".
living and working in France

Get Smart! 5 Tips on How to Live and Work with the French

Are you an expat trying to figure out the intricacies of living and working in France? The French are not as complicated as you think when you're armed with these tips...
Ken Carlton in kitchen.

Man in the Kitchen: The Joy of Cooking (alone)

Man in the Kitchen Ken Carlton finds precious solace cooking alone while his busy wife works and the kids lead their independent lives.
Valentine's Day

Man in the Kitchen: Valentine’s Day is for Rookies

Why not turn the most clichéd of holidays into an excuse to explore parts of yourself and your relationship that we all know get sanded down over the long winter months?