Louise Thayer advises not to rush into resolutions too quickly, because the soul needs time to process what the mind is demanding.
The easiest way to be happy in your relationship is to identify what makes you grateful about the other person. If the list is short you have to look harder . . . or for another person.
Surrendering to “what is” can be one of the most courageous acts a human being can choose to do—here’s why…
Accept that you are sometimes powerless. It’s surprisingly empowering.
If you’re unhappy, try living in the moment in order to find peace and purpose.
Matthew Sweet shares practical advice about how to recover after you hit the ditch.
We all want to change our partners. Here are 3 Real Keys to positively affecting the behavior of your loved one.
Theresa Byrne ponders what we can learn about all relationships from the ones that begin as emotional affairs.
Not only is there not ONE right way to do things, it’s necessary to have multiple “right” ways in order for our world to function. So stop judging.
Want to be happy? Then stop worrying about what everyone else thinks .