Could your fears be sabotaging your relationship? Love requires vulnerability and our defenses make it hard for us, but if we work on letting go of our fears our relationships will benefit. Expert Virginia Clark explains how to start.
Having a serious discussion with someone you don't want to lost or hurt is challenging, but it's important to make your feelings clear. Find out how you can get through these talks smoothly with these effective communication tips.
Emotional vampires are people who drain us of our spirit and hypnotize us into thinking that we need them. Get tips on coping with the vampires in your life and find out how to leave them once you awaken from their spell.
Emotional abuse can have lasting effects on your self-esteem, which can make it harder for you to find love later on in life. Learn the patterns that you have fallen into and get tips on how you can break the cycle of abuse.
Don't let hanger—or anger caused by hunger—prevent you from finding love! Find out what causes hanger and learn tips on ways to avoid taking it out on your date.
Do you or your partner have ADHD? Take this relationships test to see if ADHD will become an issue!
Intimacy with others begins when you develop a sense of intimacy within yourself.
This applies to your relationship, but before we directly address your relationship, let me start by sharing a recent experience that I had. It is not about me in relationship, but I think that you will be able to view it as a parable whose idea will be clear and explained.
Life coach David Wygant wants you to move on from your ex. And now just to prove him wrong but to grow as a person who deserves love and happiness. Read on to learn the tips that will help you grow and change into the beautiful woman you know you are.
Relationship expert Tamara Green goes over the four reasons why relationships fail. From passing judgements to playing the blame game, Green offers alternatives to these actions and gives your relationship a chance to succeed.
A black eye hiding behind dark sunglasses is almost always a sure sign of a physically abusive relationship, but what happens when the abuse is verbal and comes in the form of control? Just because you aren't getting hit doesn't mean you aren't getting abused.
This relationship coach takes Sheryl Sandberg's "Lean In" philosophy and applies it to your relationship. Learn how the business rules for women can also be the relationship rules for happy and successful couplehood.
Description: This workshop will explore the actions that go into making love last. Participants will learn techniques to identify and challenge the ways they defend themselves and create barriers to genuine intimacy and explore methods to challenge their fear of intimacy. Mindfulness exercises will be practiced throughout the weekend. Open to Individuals and Couples