A Personal Perspective: Nancy Rosenfeld is an ordinary hero—a woman who lives with bipolar disorder, a devastating and life-threatening illness.
A recent study explores the question of what makes a relationship successful.
There is a difference between shame and guilt. Guilt means I made a mistake. Shame means I am a mistake. Shame is an immensely painful feeling that we are all alone, unworthy.
Their relationship progressed when they were forced to spend time apart.
As college students, my husband and I were hippies in the sixties. Sometimes our generation was referred to as “the flower children.” We were part of an idealistic movement.
For eight years Steve and Jim enjoyed a wonderful relationship. Then, Steve and Jim were faced with a life-threatening challenge that pushed play off completely.
Sex releases hormones like oxytocin, which makes us feel good.
The notion that love is a practice that requires the cultivation of some cherished beliefs about the meaning of love…
8 skills that we can learn from listening to others.
Some couples start their partnership with a strong capacity to love and be loved. But others have to work long and hard to grow.