Entries tagged with “Relationships”
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…
Sex therapist Tammy Nelson, author of Open Monogamy, suggests that you can have your cake and eat it too.
The capacity to forgive reveals a soul that is free of anxiety, one that is mature and equal to the complexity of human interaction.
Trips become journeys become myths. Frances Park explores a family legend.
A landmark study by the University of Michigan has identified a likely reason why feeling emotionally close to a friend works wonders on a woman’s mood — and even boosts her health…
We are one. There is no separation.
Giving and receiving gifts can be a true joy. But accumulating more things can feel like a burden.
Has your once passionate relationship morphed into a roommate marriage? When couples grow apart they can try these five tips to reintroduce intimacy and revive their couple bubble.
Want to manage manipulative, triggering, altogether difficult people? Gray rock them.
Erotic feelings can be natural and precious—and a source of great healing.
We learn so many great lessons in yoga that totally fall apart in relationships. You are trying to learn about detachment and going with the flow, but you are in love with a person…
Don’t despise, be generous the right way, and choose nice friends. Learn to be nicer by following Buddhist wisdom.
One of the best things about the Internet is our ability to reconnect with old friends and sweethearts. And one of the worst things about the Internet is that it has opened a door …
As suicide rates rise, it’s important to recognize the warning signs. You may be able to help a loved one get the support they need if you know the warning signs of suicide.
Putting another’s needs ahead of your own to avoid their negativity and blowback is one sign you may be enabling a narcissist.
You are made of energy at the cellular level and you are impacted and affected by the energy of other people and your environment.
“In a nutshell, think of gray rocking as turning your back on someone without actually turning your back and offending them.”
On the heels of her new book, How We Show Up, community activist, advocate, and author Mia Birdsong gives advice for creating and maintaining deep communal relationships and a sense of belonging.
How to rewire the way you look for love.