Ross Rosenberg, author of “The Human Magnet Syndrome,” explains the childhood origins of pathological narcissism.
A rugby player found himself confronting more than one stereotype in his own mind as he struggles with coming out.
Katie Vessel says you have to feel the hurt of divorce to learn—and heal—from it.
Today, two dads have some input for the Duggar parents. In the first, dad Matt Sweetwood speaks father to patriarch with some solid wisdom.
When you have money problems, you are going to have relationship problems – count on it.
When a marriage dies and sadness hits, it’s the sadness that will heal you.
Meeting someone for the first time is like meeting yourself all over again.
TLC launched the sensational “Not Gay” show about “same sex attracted” men marrying straight women. Media focused on the plight of the men. Rob Watson thinks the real focus needs to be the damage to the women they married.
Better to accept reality than become The Thing That Wouldn’t Leave.
Steven Axelrod, with part one of a seven part series from the front lines of modern divorce.
“From personal experience, I’ve had no problem integrating my abuse into my happy and fulfilling life.”
This Comment of the Day was by Cornelius Walker on the post Are Victims Obligated to Tell Their Stories a Certain Way?
A lifetime of homophobia had beaten down Larry Best, but with the help of a friend, he has regained pride in his manhood.
Learn the difference between mastery and suppression of your feelings.
Josh Bowman shares the many phases of a break-up.
Fear is what we feel, denial is what we do, and defensiveness is how we do it.
Part of loving a person with a psychiatric disorder, writes Pauline Gaines, is acknowledging that the disorder is real.