Relationships

Relationships

Make Empathy Your New Superpower

If you rolled back Earth’s history by about 50,000 or 100,000 years and tried to gauge which creature would come…

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How to Reconcile With Your Estranged Son or Daughter

This holiday season won’t necessarily bring comfort and joy to everyone. Some parents are suffering from broken hearts that they…

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The Science of a Successful Marriage

Most of us have an intuitive understanding of what makes for a happy marriage —never go to bed angry, make…

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Remind Them About Bottom Line!

I had a great weekend…for all the right reasons—family, friends, being outdoors and away from my desk. But this one…

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Helping Your Spouse Get Healthy

Your spouse is a package deal—you get all the great as well as what you consider the not-so-great. Perhaps you…

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Thwarting the Jerks at Work

If you have a job, chances are you work with a jerk or two, people whose sneaky or abrasive behavior…

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Saying No to a Loan

What do you do when a loved one asks to borrow $1,500 to pay some bills? Especially since you know…

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Yes, You Can Disagree Without Destroying Your Relationship

COVID-19 is not the only epidemic our country has been dealing with lately. The other one is the intense division…

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Protect Your Marriage From Your Retirement

Retirement marks the end of a career—and sometimes the end of a marriage as well. Marital satisfaction rates drop dramatically…

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Getting Divorced? Protect Yourself from These Financial Surprises

Breaking up is hard to do—yet more than 750,000 American marriages will end in divorce this year. And while many…

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For a Happy, Successful Remarriage Ditch the Baggage from Your First Marriage

Many divorced people don’t know why their prior relationships failed, potentially dooming them to repeat self-sabotaging relationship patterns. Here, rules for a happy remarriage...

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Friend or Foe? How to Get Along with Your Son- or Daughter-in-Law

Here’s how to build a great relationship with your child-in-law, who may not share your enthusiasm for being part of your family…you may not like…you may fear is stealing you...

Dating

How to End a Romantic Relationship

Breakups can be painful no matter the length of the relationship, but how you handle it depends in part on that length.

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What Americans Can Learn from the French About Romance— Sarah Hiner Talks to Relationship Coach Alex Cormont

No one knows more about the art of romance than the French. Here, French relationship coach Alex Cormont joins Sarah Hiner to share their secrets.

Dating

Dating in a Socially Distanced World

Singles can still have a social life in this year of social distancing, but they will have to adjust to the new dating patterns.