In the United States, an elderly person is abused an average of once every five seconds.Whether at home or in a care facility, it is important to make sure your elderly loved ones are safe and protected.Civil and family attorney Areva Martin and the National Network to End Domestic Violence recommend the following tips for improving your chances of gaining custody after leaving an abusive relationship.
If you donâ€™t, how will you know when youâ€™ve found him/her? Phil walks you through the basics of discovering who your perfect match is.
Is a battle of chores tearing your relationship apart?
Can you not agree on whose job it is to clean or cook dinner? Phil has advice on how to make the division of labor work in your relationship.
In a recent poll, one quarter of divorced couples report that in-laws are â€œsomewhatâ€?
responsible for their marriages ending, and the mothers-in-law get most of the blame.
If you want to know ahead of time if youâ€™ll have in-law issues, read Dr. Are you in a rollercoaster relationship that is on again, off again, on again?Perhaps you divorced too soon and are now contemplating a recommitment to that same person? Phil implores his guests to do the necessary work to fix what was broken in their relationship before they head down the aisle a second time.Victims of domestic violence can sometimes be afraid to leave the situation, and at times, even blame themselves for the abuse. Phil says nobody should tolerate being stuck in an abusive relationship, especially if their partner won’t recognize the issue.Do you like to tidy up, or are you not very orderly? Sam Gosling, author of Snoop: What Your Stuff Says about You, to determine your personality when it comes to doing household chores.More than 25 percent of battered women remain in a relationship with their abuser. The National Network to End Domestic Violence shares the six steps to protect yourself and your children.What if you could find out if your man is at a higher risk for infidelity before you married him? Phil and his panel of medical experts discuss the new science behind a cheaterâ€™s brain and what can be done if your loved one is at a higher risk.