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16 Things You Should Never Ask a Woman Who’s About to Get Married

16 Things You Should Never Ask a Woman Who’s About to Get Married

When your BFF becomes a bride, it might seem like the BIG DAY is all you ever talk about. But before you quiz her on how much cash she’s putting down for the whole shin-dig, know that there are some questions best left unasked. Here are 16 things you should never ask the bride-to-be—unless you […]

10 Easy Activities Your Toddler Will Love

10 Easy Activities Your Toddler Will Love

The toddler stage is a fun, exciting — often tiring — time in parenthood. These little people are discovering their identity and asserting their independence. They are learning at an astonishing pace, and have enough energy to power a large metropolitan area. I love watching my little ones (ages 3 and 1) become more aware […]

Is It Possible To Never Argue With A Spouse Again?

Is It Possible To Never Argue With A Spouse Again?

The science in communing with someone whose background is different from yours and staying knit with the person forever is something that cannot be explained. When two different persons come together to be one, it means two ideologies becoming same and sticking as one. It sounds easy right? Not so easy because every human believes […]

5 ways To Be A Better Friend

5 ways To Be A Better Friend

Friendship is Deep and it’s the most abused relationship on earth. Sometimes, we underestimate the power of people and the goodwill of the heart. Heartbreaks don’t happen only in relationships{man and woman} but the deepest heartbreak you can experience is the break of bonds and trust you’ve invested in a person called Friend. So, this […]

4 Things You’re Likely Doing That Will Eventually Kill Your Marriage

4 Things You’re Likely Doing That Will Eventually Kill Your Marriage

According to renowned marriage therapist John Gottman, there are four behaviors that can reliably predict the end of a marriage — and you’re probably guilty of them. For 40 years, the psychology professor and his team at the Gottman Institute have studied couples’ interactions to determine the key predictors of divorce — or as Gottman calls them, “the four horsemen […]

7 Things All Great Relationships Have in Common

7 Things All Great Relationships Have in Common

You know those relationships that drain your energy? The ones that impact your ability to really thrive at home, at work, in life? There are consequences of enduring them and failing to face up to reality that something’s just not right. And while there’s no point pretending a relationship has a future if it doesn’t, […]

The Key to a Great Relationship: Know Your Vowels

The Key to a Great Relationship: Know Your Vowels

People often say they want to work on their relationship, but most people don’t realize how much work and effort it actually takes to do that. The good news is there are many, many ways you can build and maintain a great relationship, and there really is no “right” or “wrong” way. While there are […]

How To Teach Your Child Tolerance In A World Filled With Hate

How To Teach Your Child Tolerance In A World Filled With Hate

In today’s increasingly hostile world, it is vitally important to teach your child tolerance. I live in a relatively conservative area of the south where tolerance is not always an accepted lesson to teach your children. When my son was in second grade, the elementary school he attended was having “dress up day” as part […]

10 life Skills To Teach Your Child Before He Leaves For College

10 life Skills To Teach Your Child Before He Leaves For College

It can be overwhelming thinking about everything your teenager needs to know to be fully prepared for college. You can’t foresee everything that will crop up during those first few years away from home, but helping your son or daughter master these ten life skills will ease the transition. 1. How to approach problems No […]

Watching Your Tone: How You Speak To Your Partner Can Determine Your Relationship’s Future

Watching Your Tone: How You Speak To Your Partner Can Determine Your Relationship’s Future

It’s not what you say, but how you say it. In his book, “The Relationship Cure,” Dr. Gottman reveals that when it comes to assessing the meaning of what their partners are saying, only 7% of that meaning comes from the spoken word, while 38% comes from tone of voice and speech patterns. Words that […]