Your relationships with your spouse, partner, children, family, friends, and colleagues are so critical to your happiness and success in life. Learn healthy communication and conflict resolution strategies and how to best nurture your relationships to help them thrive. You’ll also find articles to help you understand emotional abuse and unhealthy relationship dynamics.
A guest post by Diana Baur Several years back, I went through a spiritual, emotional and physical crisis of a proportion I had
Have you ever taken a relationship compatibility test? Maybe you ran across one online and wondered, “How could any test tell me whether
I’ve always been fascinated by the Myers Briggs personality types, and I frequently use the type assessment in my work as a coach
You roll over in bed in the morning and look at the person lying next to you. Is this the person you thought
One of the best and worst things that can ever happen to you occurs the day you wake up and smell the coffee.
What does it mean to have a platonic relationship with someone? And what does platonic mean, anyway? In Plato’s Symposium, guests at a
I remember him, that little boy with curly hair. He’d sit quietly in class, fiddling with his fingers all the time. One day,
You’re going on a first date, and you want everything to go like a dream. You also want to learn as much as
I recently received a lovely email from Sarah Moshman, a reality television producer whose credits include Dancing with the Stars and Rachael vs.
Here’s a scenario that might sound familiar. You have a problem or worry. Maybe you are angry at your spouse, or you’ve done
“The most important ingredient we put into any relationship is not what we say or what we do, but what we are.” ~Stephen
“Awareness is the greatest agent for change.” ~Eckhart Tolle Self-awareness is one of those terms you hear thrown around a lot in the
Do the friends in your life fill you up and inspire you to be your best self? Do you feel comfortable, authentic, and
Stop reading for a moment, and think back to the first few weeks after you met your spouse or love partner. Actually, try
Are you a relationship person? I am and have always tried to prioritize my personal connections with others. In fact, I’d say having
“Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.” ~Carl Jung Editor’s Note: This is a guest post
Dealing with difficult people has been one of my biggest life’s lessons. A few years ago, my world was filled with unhealthy relationships
If you grew up with controlling parents, you know how exhausting it can be. Nothing you do is good enough. Every decision you
“Tis the gift to be simple, ’tis the gift to be free, ‘Tis the gift to come down where we ought to be,