Break a Sweat on Date Night

Strengthen your body—and your relationship—while you exercise.

Studies show that couples who work out together have stronger, happier relationships. It makes sense because many sports require communication and team work—whether you’re out mountain biking or spotting each other at the gym. Sharing a passion adds depth to your relationship, and learning a new skill builds confidence. You may even make new friends together.

How To Stop Fighting With Your Partner About Money

Money fights are about more than just spending or saving. Here’s how to examine each other’s core values in order to come to the right financial solution.

Money is a touchy subject to begin with. Toss in a romantic partner who has their own wants and needs and, well, you get the picture. More often than not, the fight is more than just letting your partner (or your partner letting you) splurge on something flashy and shiny.

5 Books That Tactically Tackle Stress

The following five books offer fun strategies and practices to reduce stress naturally.

Stress is caused by countless issues and scenarios, both internal and external, so there’s no one way to cure it or cope with it. The following five books offer strategies and practices to ease stress through coloring, developing coping skills, crafting, and yoga. Try one or try them all, and enjoy the less chaotic times […]

Forget the Stages of Grief

Sorrow isn't a process of recovery; it's a full expression of our love.

The core message of grief counselor Patrick O'Malley's new book: we grieve because we love. Grief is love. That’s so simple and so true, but too often we get caught up in the myth that grief is something we have to get over. What would happen if instead, we found the story of our love through our loss?

How To Reshape Your Life To Attract The One

Looking to connect with your soulmate? Learn how to bring forth the love you seek.

In the daunting quest to find “The One,” or the person who we’re ready to share and spend the rest of our lives with, we are often left feeling overwhelmed and frustrated. Factor in the unrealistic romantic comedies and stories of effortless meet-cutes we are inundated with, and the prospect of true love quickly begins to appear unattainable.

How to Approach the Topic of Living Apart Together (LAT) with Your Partner

Here are a few suggestions on how to prepare.

LAT is becoming more prevalent in the United States, but it’s certainly not new. It’s a choice that appeals to those who want to maintain independence (socially and financially), family boundaries, and their own homes. It’s becoming a more common choice for older adults—who may have children and their own homes before the relationship begins—but younger people are also embracing it.

How to Survive a Best Friend Breakup

Best friend breakups suck. Learn to let go with love.

When adult friendships end, there’s usually a deep ache that comes with self-knowledge. We know ourselves better, we understand the world better, and we know we’re probably not going to make up over Snapchat that same night.


The Perfect Gift for Your BFF

Maybe you know better than anyone how to read your bestie's expressions - from "first-bite-of-ice-cream bliss" to "a wrath of fury about to be unleashed." Maybe your BFF has lifted you out of a sad time, forcing you to go outside to see "that the world was still there ... I was still me. And we were still us."

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