Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner is joined by prominent psychiatrist Dr. Mark Goulston, FBI and police hostage negotiation trainer and suicide specialist to talk about trust and betrayal
In this episode, Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner is joined by Suzann (“Suzie”) Pileggi Pawelski to discuss why it’s so hard for people to accept compliments.
Two stubborn mules don’t get anywhere faster. Standing firm in your corner doesn’t help. Bottom Line’s CEO Sarah Hiner helps break those emotional standoffs.
Feeling awkward and helpless is natural when you learn that a friend has cancer. Here’s the best way to show you care.
Two-day couples intensive therapy is surprisingly powerful and offers many advantages over the traditional model of weekly hour-long sessions.
A growing number of people are choosing to be in committed, long-term relationships but keep their own, separate homes.
Unmarried couples who choose to keep two homes may be losing out on a key benefit—as domestic partners. Find out your options.
Helping a coworker often backfires. Here’s why—and wat to do instead.
Our faith traditions offer very effective strategies for defusing heated conversations (especially political ones) where participants disagree.
Is your current romantic relationship a string of breakups and makeups? Find out whether to fix the relationship or call it quits for good.
Seven things that experienced divorce attorneys know that many people nearing or enduring the divorce process do not.
You want to offer support and comfort but aren’t sure how. Here are the do’s and don’ts of showing concern.
One of the most challenging relationships is one with a friend who focus on the negative. Five tips to handle complainers—and even turn them around.
When the wife earns more than the husband, it’s often an uncomfortable situation for the couple. But here’s how you both can feel better about it.
Many of us think of people in non-monogamous, “open” relationships as unhappy bed hoppers. But they’re not.
You probably know an adult with autism—even if it’s undiagnosed. Here’s how to communicate better with the autistic person next door.
Long-distance relationships are becoming more common. Here’s how to make yours work—and keep it fulfilling and fun.
Tension in your marriage can literally make symptoms worse for a spouse with a chronic condition. Here’s how to avoid that.
Most people over 65 say they’re sexually satisfied, but lots of “seniors” who want to have sex are not getting any—and here’s why.
It might feel like the end of the world, but how you cope with this life change will help you emerge with a stronger sense of self.