Things can get tricky when you’re trying to get healthy but your partner isn’t — especially if you share a home and a kitchen. Here’s how can you stay on track while keeping your relationship free of food fights.
Dating is supposed to be fun, so why do dating apps often feel like torture? These psychologist-approved tips will help you stay sane while dating online.
The death of a loved one isn’t the only type of loss that causes grief. Get six strategies to help you heal and move on after a painful break-up.
Learning to slow down and stay in the moment can have big rewards. Try these seven tips to work toward being a more patient person.
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Turns out, hugs don’t just make you feel good. It might sound a little corny or just something fun to do, but researchers find that giving people an affectionate squeeze is actually good for your health. “The health benefits of giving and receiving hugs are quite impressive. They have a therapeutic effect on people,” says … Read More