Changing holiday traditions is a touchy subject. Here's how we broached the subject.
We explore Gary Chapman’s best-selling book on the five ways most people “speak” love and show you how to connect more deeply with loved ones.
Psychologist Tamar Chansky, PhD, on how to gracefully say you’re sorry.
How to improve face-to-face communication in a digital world.
Psychologist Richard Nicastro on how to avoid low blows and cheap shots and instead “fight fair.”
Do you find yourself endlessly bickering with your partner about an issue that just won’t go away? Therapist and author Linda Carroll, MS, explains how to break out of the battle.
Sharing downtime with the one you love brings you closer together. But digging totally different activities can drive you apart. Here’s how to handle the stress of clashing leisure styles.
Even the best relationships can get dulled by time and drained by stress. Happily, there are simple ways to renew your bond — no matter how long you’ve been together.
Conscious gift giving can bring you more joy this holiday season.
Master the art of asking for what you want, and you’re a lot more likely to get the things that really matter.
Having fun with your partner can bring you closer — and keep you closer over time.
Feeling hermetically sealed in your own opinions? Opening your mind to other viewpoints can deepen your personal wisdom and broaden your horizons.
Why are we so rude to our spouses, yet courteous, kind, and patient with complete strangers? Paying attention to good manners and small niceties may be the key to sustaining the vitality of your relationships.
Without a clear vision, even a strong love can lose its luster. Here's how to reframe your relationship for a better future.
When it comes to relationships, are you and your partner looking to stay put -or still shopping around?