The need for companionship to grow.
Do you and your partner have different values around space/closeness or flexibility/structure?
There are no guarantees BUT you can load the dice to reduce the odds of an affair. Steven Lake shows us how to roll and win.
Is self-improvement actually making us more self-centered? Let’s discuss…
Whether married or single, Kyle Benson offers critical advice on the importance of communicating your needs to the one you love.
Although our culture is slowly changing, the two main emotions that are most acceptable for men to display are still sexual excitement and anger.
Chris Forte talks the wants we need, loneliness, and finding balance.
If we can begin to have some casual conversations about what we take for granted we can come to a place where we see life for the wonderment that it is.
I’m not suggesting that you rush out to some distant land, or that you form a public charity. What I am suggesting is that you take a close look at the world around you.
Moving up the ladder is for some, is it for you?
Can you focus on the needs in your life instead of just the wants?
Heather Gray explains how not understanding or respecting this is why relationships with lovers, friends, and family can fail.
Perhaps they’re not putting out because they’re tired of putting up with your sh*t.
Self-care is more than the occasional relaxing bath. Counselor Carl shows how taking care of yourself on every level lowers stress and increases self-esteem.
Is a low-maintenance relationship possible? According to Steven Lake, it is not only possible, but preferable.
Counselor Carl explains how codependency starts in childhood.