A registered psychotherapist explains what it takes for a healthy relationship to thrive, along with 12 reassuring signs that you’re in one.
Tag: relationship advice
When Sparks Fly: How To Navigate Falling in Love at First Sight
Love at first sight is a real phenomenon characterized by intense longing and extreme physical attraction that occurs within seconds of seeing another person. A psychologist explains the science behind a first-sight love.
How To Tell if You (or Someone Else) Are Being Passive-Aggressive
Passive-aggressive behavior happens when you indirectly convey negative feelings through verbal or nonverbal actions, intentionally or unintentionally. Here’s how to stop it.
8 Strategies for Dating During Cuffing Season
Cuffing season, which occurs during winter, provides opportunities for companionship, intimacy and bonding to people who want to start short-term relationships.
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How To Set Healthy Boundaries in Relationships
Healthy boundaries reinforce our expectations for how we want to be treated. These boundaries are important to put in place for friends, family and co-workers.
How To Spot Relationship Red Flags
Relationships can be complicated, but when red flags pop up, it’s important to pay extra attention — as red flags lead can lead to domestic violence. Our expert discusses red flags to look out for, and what a healthy relationship looks like.
How To Break Up With Someone You Love
When you’ve come to the end of the road, how do you break up with someone you love without hurting them? Get five helpful strategies from a behavioral health psychologist.
The Psychology of Love
Ever wonder why we fall in love with someone and how some of us fall in love faster than others? A psychologist shares a behind-the-scenes look at what makes us love in different ways.
10 Signs You’re in a Codependent Relationship, and What To Do About It
If you feel like your relationship is a little lopsided, you may be caught up in a codependent relationship. Learn to recognize the signs and what you can do to make a healthy change.