Jordan Gray says that reading these five books is the fastest possible way you can improve your relationship to yourself and your partner.
After suffering a serious brain injury, Theresa Byrne asks, if you could alter your reality through the power of thought, would you?
If you want to fast-track your child’s development, forget CDs, books that beep, and toys that whirr. Play music with them, with the emphasis being on “play”.
“It is one of the blessings of old friends that you can afford to be stupid with them.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson
Disappointed about slacking on your good habits? Here are some tips on how to get back at it.
Theresa Byrne says if you want love, substitute letting go for seeking.
Men’s involvement within modern day church is significantly declining. Sunday morning church is an archaic system that has more pagan roots than Christian, and it needs to be put on the shelf.
Barbara Gold looks at relationships beyond sexual intimacy: questions like wanting children, knowing what’s truly important to you, and having the courage to stick out the fight to find the right person.
The fitness industry doesn’t really want you to get fit. Kyle Swetzig tells you why, and what you need to do to establish and maintain a healthier lifestyle.
Marriage doesn’t come with a manual, but this comes close.
Jordan Kozey outlines 5 scenarios in which cutting ties with your parents is the best course for everyone.
Separation from a loved one is never easy. Travis Hellstrom has a few pointers to help maintain your connection and sanity.
Everything you’ve been taught about your health may be wrong, these books will set the record straight and help you live a long healthy life. — You can’t out train a bad diet. Most people are committed to some form of exercise, but they neglect to commit to the key variable to their success: Nutrition, […]
After 20 years of marriage—Tor Constantino knows that not every marriage works great but a great marriage is worth the work.
These relationship don’ts are dos according to Christian Lopez and Ana Kasparian, who seem to have a pretty good thing going.
“To get divorced because love has died, is like selling your car because it’s run out of gas.” — D. Sollee