Being single when everyone is married is hard enough but it gets even harder if your mom is constantly reminded you of this fact. Personal development coach Elisabeth LaMotte reviews "Broken English" starring Parker Posey and explains how it's the best breakup movie you'll ever watch.
Relationships are hard work, but they're extra tricky if you're dealing with anxiety. This expert offers advice for de-stressing and connecting with yourself and your partner on a deeper level.
Life coach and psychotherapist Ashley Seeger tells the story of her depression, years of medication and how quitting wheat finally cured her depression and improved her marriage.
Holding in your emotions can take a serious toll on your physical health. So listen to our personal development coach and be aware of both your emotional feelings and your physical self, because the two are linked, and you have to take care of one to take care of the other.
We all know stress can ruin our love lives, from lowering our sex drive to changing the way we our perceive your relationship. But sometimes, it's not so easy to tell we're under stress. So how can you tell? Here are some physical signs you and your partner need to watch out for.
Many people are completely unaware that they have a mental illness, let alone that the mental illness is affecting their sexuality. Here, two experts discuss how mental illness can affect a couple's sex life.
Research tells us that 5 percent of the U.S. population has SAD, and that 80 percent of them have not been diagnosed; even some mental health professionals don't recognize this illness. What can we do to help our partners with social anxiety disorder and cultivate a better marriage?
Trichotillomania is disease that causes you to pull out your hair. If you're dating someone with trich, read this relationship expert advice on how to navigate the challenges you'll face together.
From August 26 through September 6, we'll be helping couples and individuals stay strong and work toward healing in the face of mental illness with advice and insight from mental health professionals.
The beginning of a new school year is a big stressor for children. While parents are well-intentioned, many contribute to the problem by placing too-high expectations on their kids. A personal development coach has some advice for teaching our youth to enjoy the ride.
A couple weeks ago, I wrote about the Worry Train, a mental locomotive that holds so many of us captive during waking hours. Perhaps we find it so alluring because sometimes a little worry can be helpful. Predictions about Frankenstorm prompted some of my neighbors to prepare generators for duty, while others stocked up on bottled water and non-perishable food. Most of us have flashlights and extra batteries handy. And if our worry is not excessive - meaning we haven't stepped on the Worry Train - we go back to enjoying life with the electrical power we posses
Many of you are sending your kids off to college soon, and maybe for the first time. I've been there, twice. And now my daughter lives overseas! Most of the time I'm okay with it... you get used to it, you know? But sometimes when she sends me little notes, or we chat on Skype, I miss her again.