Now taking your pulse not only helps you take care of your physical health but also your emotional health. Find out how this revolutionary technique will help you recognize and fix problems that arise in your marriage.
Depression is a serious condition that affects most of the world today. Doctors and physiologists alike have been working on the reasons why it is so common these days and what we can do to feel better. Norman Shealy shares his tips on how you can be happier.
Are you and your significant other thinking about getting married? Read on for some great advice on how to know if you're right for each other and ready for the next big step in your relationship.
Many people feel uncomfortable dating in their 40s. On the contrary, it is actually the prime time for you to find the best relationship. You already know what you want and you're ready to find it. Here are some tips to keeping that door to love open so "the one" can walk right in.
Our world is full of judgement. How you look, what you wear and what you do. These are only meant to put people down and make them feel insecure. Many media outlets use this tactic to drive traffic to their website. Let's make it stop now by not scumming to this kind of negativity.
Do you and your spouse bring teamwork to your marriage? Learn how you can better your married life by supporting each other and working together.
Not only can fear stop you from improving your life, it can actually be harmful to your health. Find out how you can start dealing with anxiety and reach your true potential.
Have you been introduced to the wonders of anal sex yet? If you've ever been even slightly curious, now is the time to learn more. Let (s)expert Sienna Sinclaire answer your questions and teach you everything (and we mean everything!) you need to know to get started.
You feel all warm and fuzzy inside, your heart flutters when you think of the next time you'll be together, and you start to wonder, "Am I in love?" Find out the telltale signs that you're falling hard.
All parents worry about their children, but sometimes adoptive parents can be especially hard on themselves. Find out how one woman learned that being an adoptive mother is enough for her child.