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I'm right, you're wrong!

I'm right, you're wrong!

I'm often amazed at the amount of energy people use when needing to be right about something, especially when it all boils down to each person's belief around the subject they're discussing. A few days ago I was standing in a long line at the post office and the conversation between the two women behind me had me smiling inside because I always get a kick out of people when they're in a heated debate about their beliefs – especially in a public setting.

7 Ways To Raise Super Grateful Kids
Happy Thanksgiving!

7 Ways To Raise Super Grateful Kids

As a parent, it can be awfully tempting to spoil your kids, especially around the holidays. And while it's okay to regale the with gifts every so often, it's essential that they learn to appreciate what they have. With that in mind, here are some tips from our experts about how to teach your kids the importance of gratitude.

You have one, use it

You have one, use it

When people tell me they aren’t very good at speaking up during a difficult situation or using their voice to speak their truth, I remind them that you can’t be good at something until you practice it on a regular basis. None of us are good right out of the gate when we’re venturing into something new and certainly when it involves speaking to another person about a difficult situation.

Write Your Own Happy Relationship Story

Write Your Own Happy Relationship Story

It can be worrisome and may even keep you up at night! We’re talking about studies and poll results about relationships that get shared all over the web and talked about by your friends and family. Unfortunately, some of the findings of social science research are misunderstood, taken out of context or don’t disclose the small sample size. The headline is repeated again and again nonetheless.

A soft place to land

A soft place to land

After sending my adult son a text just to say hi and let him know I love him I received a phone call about a half hour later. Turns out this wasn’t going to be an ordinary chat with him. Nope, this was something very different and was going to require much more listening on my end than ever before.

Wait, Alice! Don't go down the rabbit hole!

Wait, Alice! Don't go down the rabbit hole!

“The rabbit-hole went straight on like a tunnel for some way, and then dipped suddenly down, so suddenly that Alice had not a moment to think about stopping herself before she found herself falling down a very deep well.” ~ Alice Adventures In Wonderland When it comes to some relationships it’s not unusual to find yourself being enticed toward the rabbit hole another person is already hanging out in only to find yourself falling into it and in the emotional clutches of that person.