Relationships

Marriage

Saving Yourself from The Gray Divorce Epidemic – with Michele Weiner-Davis

Divorce rates are going down…unless you’re a little older and part of the growing trend of Gray Divorce. Why them?…

Soul Perspective

What You Can Do in Only 3-1/3 Seconds

We wield great power with our words. To hold back criticism, reject gossip or show restraint on social media is important but doesn’t go far enough.

Relationships

Millennials in the Workplace: Success Secrets for Employees and Employers – with Spencer Deering

Spencer Deering, president of Best Work, Inc., works with individuals and companies to simply do their best work. Spencer is…

Relationships

Get Your Teenager to Talk to You

Asking a teenager questions can be so frustrating. Here are strategies that improve the odds of getting useful replies instead of one-word answers.

Marriage

Stop Having the Same Fight Over and Over

Constant arguing can corrode the foundation of any relationship over time. Learn how to fight less–and love more

Difficult People

How to Handle a Relationship-Altering Betrayal – with Dr. Mark Goulston

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 b...

Relationships

Why Is It So Hard to Accept a Compliment?­—with Suzann Pileggi Pawelski

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.

Common Threads

Would You Rather Die Right or Die Happy?

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.

Relationships

How to Support Someone with Cancer

Feeling awkward and helpless is natural when you learn that a friend has cancer. Here’s the best way to show you care.

Marriage

Save Your Marriage in Two Days

Two-day couples intensive therapy is surprisingly powerful and offers many advantages over the traditional model of weekly hour-long sessions.

Relationships

The New “Living Apart Together” Trend for Couples

A growing number of people are choosing to be in committed, long-term relationships but keep their own, separate homes.

Relationships

A Hidden Cost to the Living Apart Together Lifestyle

Unmarried couples who choose to keep two homes may be losing out on a key benefit—as domestic partners. Find out your options.

Relationships

This Is Why You Shouldn’t Help Your Coworkers

Helping a coworker often backfires. Here’s why—and wat to do instead.

Soul Perspective

How to Keep Calm When You Passionately Disagree With Someone

Our faith traditions offer very effective strategies for defusing heated conversations (especially political ones) where participants disagree.

Relationships

Is an On Again–Off Again Relationship Running—or Ruining—Your Life?

Is your current romantic relationship a string of breakups and makeups? Find out whether to fix the relationship or call it quits for good.