Entries tagged with “Relationships”
“I release the pain that I am holding in my heart … I feel what needs to come up and be present with what is. As I feel, I heal.”
Seven common mind games that make us feel powerful and avoid taking responsibility for our feelings
So the honeymoon is over? Use these 70 affirmations to love your partner then, now, and forever—no matter what may come.
Rabbi Rami Shapiro answers questions from S&H readers. “I’m engaged to a man I met in Bible study. He asked me to be his helpmeet the way Eve was Adam’s helpmeet (Genesis 2:18) ... What do you think he means?”
A client says to me, “My husband and I argue about money constantly. It has gotten to where, when he comes in the room, I just freeze up and think, What is he going to say today? I…
In a media-filled world, stay present for your relationship.
Writer Jane Ganahl asks: Where is the search for our “soul mate” taking us?
Being present is a healing gift you can offer to anyone—loved ones and strangers alike.
Are you loved? Are you Love? “It’s so natural to think that to feel good about ourselves we need to keep replenishing our sense of being loved by others.”
Dear Eve,I damaged my relationship pretty badly and consequently, my boyfriend is now really distant. I want to bring him back, but don’t know how to get him to trust me again.What…
What is compassion? “We believe that the word represents something that we offer to others, or to ourselves. But is that accurate?”
Tune into how your earliest life lessons can cause you ongoing hardship.
Visualize a peaceful letting go for your loved one.
Have you ever wanted to break out of destructive behavioral patterns? Are there parts of yourself you find hard to love? If so, this book is for you. Richard C. Schwartz arg…
“PASSIONATE SEX is rare in long-term relationships.” There. Maci Daye just gets this over with in the introduction to her new book, so anyone in that situation can relax—it’s tot…
Personal IntelligenceThe Power of Personality and How It Shapes Our LivesBy John D. MayerScientific American/Farrar, Straus and GirouxIt’s always exciting when an original psycholo…
Walking can be a path to a better understanding and appreciation of each other.
Triangles aren't sustainable when it comes to relationships. Embrace the idea of circles, which are stable over time.
Pandemic pods kept you sane while keeping COVID-19 at bay. It's okay to mourn the loss of your pod as you celebrate the world moving closer to normal.
Dear Eve,I am in some deep relationship trouble. My husband (52 years old) of 8 years (lived together for 5 years before we got married) has told me that he wants to move out. He s…