First step to a happy life: Know how to recognize toxic people and situations and do your best to stay away. Here are four warning signs.
An interview with ADHD expert Edward Hallowell, M.D., who teaches five simple steps to cultivate deep attention, the key to a life filled with intimacy.
There is a research-based key to better sex and relationships. But it flies in the face of almost everything we’ve been taught.
As a psychotherapist specializing in the search for intimacy, I note the striking parallels between the ways we choose a life-mate and the way we choose our president.
The way we approach dating determines the kind of love we are likely to find.
Popular dating advice consistently leads single people away from the very love they are seeking. Research explains why this is and what to do about it.
According to Stephen Dinan, author of the Sacred America, there are six steps each of us can take that create world-change and personal joy. Here are those six steps:
This simple exercise will lead you to greater intimacy, joy and healing in your most important relationships.
My extraordinary father recently passed away at 90. How he freed himself from hate’s grip, healed his relationship with me, and reclaimed his love for his wife is a story of hope.