Can the tendency to withhold intimacy potentially harm a marriage or render damage to a relationship? Sonia Vadlamani walks us through what Intimacy Anorexia entails, the causes, and the seven keys
What are the signs of self-sabotaging behaviour in relationships and why do we often undermine our possibilities of a successful romance? Psychologist Stanislava Puač Jovanović explains the logic
Fleeting, everyday social interactions matter for our well-being, research suggests. By JILL SUTTIE on behalf of Greater Good Science Center.
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Listening deeply to those who may not agree with may not sound appealing but it can actually help us connect, learn and grow compassion. Jacqui Paterson explores the benefits of radical or 'extreme'
As parents or future parents, we want nothing more than for our kids to be happy. But can we guide our children into a more joyful way of being? Mother and teacher Molly Scanlan believes we can by
Giving someone criticism can be tough, especially if they're sensitive. Learn how to be more compassionate with your feedback and advice by giving criticism constructively.
Learning how to talk to a parent with dementia takes both resilience and time. Dee Marques shares eight key strategies to help you deal with the communication process more
Making new friends as an adult is easier than it appears. So, if you've ever said 'I have no friends', these six tips from Ed Gould will boost your buddy count and your happiness
Rejection is always painful, so how can we learn to deal with it? From building up your self-confidence to remaining open, Ed Gould offers up some techniques on how to do just that.
Feeling connected to others in a world that's increasingly individualistic may seem a challenge, but as Dee Marques explains, there are some simple exercises you can use to develop stronger bonds,
If you struggle to give your full attention to others when in conversation, mindful or deep listening can help you improve your conversation skills. Dee Marques explains how to do it and the benefits
As age gap friendships become increasingly common, Calvin Holbrook muses over the benefits older friends can bring to our lives and how they can bring happiness to different
Research suggests that adolescents thrive when they can make a meaningful difference in their communities. By Meghan Lynch Forder on behalf of Greater Good Science Center.
Friendships are a powerful aid in maintaining mental health and happiness. Dee Marques explains why you should nurture them and wishes you a happy International Friendship Day!