Are you in a co-dependent or psychologically unhealthy relationship?
A co-dependent relationship is when one person in a dysfunctional relationship relies heavily on the other to meet their emotional needs. Psychologically ill people use others, often narcissistically, for their own means.
Breaking free from domestic abuse
Both men and women suffer from domestic abuse in different forms and it’s important that the victim knows there are options and a way out of the abusive situation.
Want to talk openly about money with your loved one?
Money can’t buy a happy relationship — but daring to talk honestly about it with your partner will deepen your loving connection and bring a little peace to your purse.
Trust? Yes, you can get it back
Trust can present an issue when you've felt hurt by others around you. If your trust has been broken, here's...
The magic of growing old together
Three couples, six dear friends, have chosen to share their later years together, and their lives and experiences are immeasurably...
Why setting healthy boundaries will keep you emotionally well
Healthy boundaries are important as they help you create and maintain satisfying relationships. Here are some ways to work on...
Is it time to reflect on your values?
What does your conscience tell you about others, yourself and your communication? Is it time to reflect on your values?