It’s easy to get defensive, but research shows men with high EQ have better relationships.
The reptilian brain makes communication challenging when emotionally stressed. Kyle Benson shows us how to work with this beast.
How to find the middle ground between sweating the small stuff and ignoring real issues.
Trying to avoid his father’s mistakes, Steven Lake shares what would have made a difference in his understanding of relationships if . . .
Chuck Chapman helps couples shift from problem starting to problem solving.
To appreciate what you have, sometimes you have to imagine life without it.
DiaryDad is disappointed in the lack of civil discourse in politics, so he is going to try to teach his kids to do better.—We are less than a year away from our next presidential election here in the good ol’ U.S. of A. and I am already fed up of the childish behavior of politicians, news…
Sometimes, getting ahead means falling behind in your relationship. Steven Lake examines the choice between Lifestyle and Money. Or is it a choice?
The key to resolving conflict is to play by the rules.
Chill out by tuning in. Dr. Steve explores how to strengthen your relationship on holidays.
Marriage guru John Gottman reveals what underlies most marital conflict and explains why partners can’t yield.
You know those people who can convince anyone of almost anything? Dr. Travis Bradberry shows you how you can be one, too.
When it comes to relationships, the scientific method is a bust. Quentin Hafner has an alternative.
If we want men to stop playing the “crazy” card and expect women to stop implying that men are stupid, we have to relinquish the power we’ve held in our respective gender roles.
Looking over his relationships, Steven Lake distills the elements that encourage lasting success. And it isn’t alcohol.