One reader joins the growing trend of happy couples living apart due to a range of circumstances influenced by modern life — and not just because of COVID-19.
A compassionate life is one that requires both softness and strength. By cultivating compassion towards yourself and others, you can embrace life’s trials and tribulations with a strong back and soft front.
To say sorry in a genuine and meaningful way can be the most self-affirming thing you can do. We take a look at how to say sorry – and truly mean it.
We’re more connected than ever, yet we can be less communicative as a result. Ghosting, when a person ceases contact for reasons unclear, is prevalent. For the “ghosted”, it can be an upsetting and confusing experience.
Friendships are an essential ingredient in a happy life. We discover how to give them the care and attention they deserve through the love languages.
Here we delve into the science behind human attraction and take a look at the components of that complex attraction equation.
A relationship break-up can require a lot of support, with friends often the first people involved in the healing process. Read some of the ways you can help a friend through a split.
Social connection is a matter of survival not preference. Our clever evolutionary design has urged us to connect, ensuring the proliferation of the species. The need to belong is in fact just as critical to your wellbeing as having food and shelter.
Satsangh is a Sanskrit word meaning a sacred gathering or being in the company of good people. It is important because the company you keep rubs off and people become like each other. So if you are mixing with people who are negative you will start to think of yourself and others in negative terms. If you are already doing this it can be changed. This article explains why Satsangh is important and how to change things in your life.
Why is it that once new love fades in a romantic relationship, it can sometimes feel like you are sleeping with the enemy? We explore how you can renew your relationships, clear out the clutter of unresolved hurt and work through communication breakdowns.
If you only hold a pen to scrawl out your shopping list and the contents of your letterbox are solely bills, you’re not alone. While these days most of us communicate mainly through social media, email and text, fortunately the art of letter writing is not lost. Time to put pen to paper.
A triad of roles — the Persecutor, the Rescuer and the Victim — dominate many human interactions. Identify which role you follow and discover how to change your archetypal dynamic.
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