Unfortunately, it's easy to let anger contaminate our relationships. When we give in to anger, we lose control in the moment and then feel guilty for the damage it does to our loved ones. So how can we take better control of our emotions?
Mother's Day for women who have had a voluntary pregnancy termination, or abortion, can be just as unhappy as Valentine's Day for people in bad relationships. On a day that motherhood is embraced and celebrated, many women experience sadness over their choice and are reminded of "what might have been."
Sure, you would like to think that you're a grown, independent adult ... but we're here to tell you the hard truth: your mom still influences who you date.
In cases of excessive exercising, a person treats their own body as an object rather than as a subject (i.e., they experience themselves as "you" instead of "I"). This objectification of the self allows one to feel a sense of control regarding some aspect of oneself, or one's relationships with others, that otherwise seems out of control.
When a relationship ends, it is very easy to become upset and angry. And why not? It's a natural human emotion. However, the way you express our anger can have an impact on those around you. So, here are some tips to release your anger in a harmless way so you can get rellaxed faster.
There are always bumps in every relationship; some are easier than others but every relationship has them. However, what happens when a relationship hits a bump that it can't seem to overcome? Is it really another bump or the end of the relationship?
Sports are often promoted for physical health, but sports have often proven to be very influential in changing a person's mental health.
Marriage requires the same care and feeding as any living thing. What are you doing to keep your marriage alive and growing? Here are my six key tips to help you eliminate "disposable marriage"—and avoid divorce.
Loving an addict is undeniably difficult. Addiction is a family disease that wreaks havoc on the lives of the addict as well as the addict's family and loved ones. The addict's primary relationship is with his or her mind-altering chemical (or compulsive behavior) at the expense of other relationships.
Dating is complicated. There are so many questions you think about when searching for that special someone that sooner or later becomes more of task than anything. Our expert reveals a new way to to think about this 'task' to find your mate.