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If you know someone who exhibits seven or more of these traits, odds are, you're dealing with a textbook narcissist.
Even when someone mistreats you repeatedly, it's easy to judge yourself for making a boundary. We think, "I should be better. I should be able to...
The top wellness news you need to know today, including how childhood friendships contribute to good health, how climate change is affecting your...
Are you too trusting (or not trusting enough)? Find out what that says about your boundaries.
Did you ever think maybe the hard conversations are only really "hard" because you haven’t had them yet?
"You can always talk to me—I listen really, really well."
It's tricky, but it can be done.
If, out of worry or stress, we are constantly vigilant, the parasympathetic nervous system resents it. We can’t relax. Not only that, some of the...
The biggest relationship saboteur is something most of us do without even realizing it.
"We don't actually have the control we like to think we have—at least not in the way we think we have it."
I’ll be honest: It can feel isolating and frustrating to go through life events when others simply can’t relate.
What is standing between this present version of myself and the future version of myself—the version I want to be?
Happy, uh, Inter-dependence Day? This Tuesday, July 4th, Venus heads into cooperative, communicative Gemini until the 31st. Could this whole "free...
Are you making your relationship more stressful than it has to be?
A psychologist's criteria for telling a real friend from a frenemy.
Lauren Handel Zander on Becoming A Life Coach, The Importance of Girl Gangs, And How To Never Be Bored Again (Seriously)
It's all about spiritual integrity, emotional integrity, and physical integrity.
At the end of our time on earth, it’s unlikely anything will matter to any of us but these three things. So, why waste time looking elsewhere for...
"To manifest anything, you first have to dream it."
Yoga cures all.
7 Powerful Ways To Actually Support A Friend In Crisis (According To A Stanford Happiness Scientist)
How many times have we found ourselves with a friend who is going through a breakup, a loss, or another difficult life transition and just been...