Learn how to parent your tween or teen child. This expert parenting advice will teach you when to listen, what to say, and how to get closer to your teen.
Vacation can be a time for reflection. One expert used her time away from her husband to consider behaviors and choices that make for healthy relationships. Read on to discover how you can improve your own marriage... with or without a vacation!
Does a lack of communication reveal another side to your significant other you didn't know existed?
Are you showing your partner how much you love him in addition to telling him? Employ these relationship strategies every day and watch your love thrive.
It's important to speak candidly with your partner, but make sure you're not making accusations. It's time to stop confronting and start communicating; the difference could save your relationship.
Is a lack of emotional intimacy straining your relationship with your significant other? Here's how to break the pursuer-distancer pattern and get your relationship back in action.
Where are you most successful in your life? How did that success come about? Was it intelligence, education and talent or maybe just dumb luck? According to Angela Lee Duckworth, Ph.D, who studies achievement, true success takes more than intelligence and talent, which so many of us have. She also reminds us that attaining a level of expertise in any field takes 10 years of dedicated perseverance. In other words, the one thing that separates the world-renowned performers, artists, researchers, and high-achievers is GRIT.
Learn how to create an environment where you and your partner can be honest. When lies happen, learn how to talk about them, ask about the truth, and move on.
When we fall in love, everything seems so simple. We want to be with someone and that someone wants to be with you too. But unfortunately, the rest of life isn't as simple as all that. We're entangled in other committments whether it be our jobs, our kids and other family matters. So at what point do you owe it to a new partner to give full disclosure of your past? And at what point should you expect the same in return?
We all know we should spend more quality time talking to our partners, but knowing how to have heart-to-heart talks in the busy-ness of everyday life is easier said than done. Couples therapy experts recommend spending a bit of time together every day to check in with each other. This is more realistic and sustainable when combined with an activity you’re already be doing every day, such as having breakfast or dinner together, or when you settle down and get comfy at night.
When your partner is angry or controlling, what do you do? According to our expert, this is the healthiest thing you can do in a tumultuous relationship.