You, your partner, and hurt feelings. Nobody’s perfect, and sometimes we unintentionally, through words and action, cause our partners to feel hurt.
Retreating from family life can be a good opportunity to recommit.
Every argument needs a solution.
Concentrate upon your purpose, and when it is time to relax—actually use that time to relax. The act of relaxation is crucial to well-being.
Looking for inner peace? Change your inner narrative.
Our country is divided; how can we put it back together?
J. Parrish Lewis is looking for peace while washing dishes.
Telling the truth may be just what you need to strengthen your relationship.
Louise Thayer learns a critical lesson about the beneficial role of tension.
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Single dad Scott Biggs loves the holidays. This year he is making the best of them with time with his kids, and time for himself
Heather Gray explains how not understanding or respecting this is why relationships with lovers, friends, and family can fail.
Raoul Wieland ponders living a life in which diversity, tolerance, and unity become realities instead of dreams.
Thomas Fiffer shares his secret for unwinding when he’s tense.
With nothing but time on his hands and an empty room, Steven Lake looks at his wife, and creates magic.
Vaughan Granier believes that there is beauty in the “synergy between two seemingly opposing concepts,” and a good leader is comfortable with these tensions and adept at exploring them.