If leaders fail in driving emotions in the right direction, nothing they do will work as well as it could or should.
Emotional Intelligence Will Help You—And Everyone Around You
How does a flight delay reveal emotional intelligence at an airport? And how can emotional intelligence help you?
How to Know When Breaking Up Is the Healthiest Choice
Why prolong the pain when you can get out and find something that’s right for you?
Relationships 101: What They Don’t Teach You in School
Knowing the scientific facts of how relationships work is a vital life skill to have that will serve you well.
Can Couples Recover from Addiction Together? An Interview with Dr. Robert Navarra
We know that a satisfying couple relationship is the single biggest predictor of successful long-term recovery.
Stop Mansplaining: Tony Robbins and the #MeToo Movement
We combat toxic masculinity by setting a positive example for other men, especially teenagers and boys, to follow.
How to Give Effective Feedback in the Workplace
I communicated irregularly with a tendency to criticize, but learning how to communicate assertively ended that pattern.
Growing After Trauma: An Interview with Dr. Julie Gottman
Treating trauma is a powerful way for a therapist to observe profound human strength. It makes the work worth doing.
The Best Gottman Relationship Blog Articles of 2017
The 10 most read articles on The Gottman Relationship Blog for 2017.
Erring in the Direction of Kindness: An Interview with George Saunders
Small acts of kindness can be a sort of ritual self-reminding of what we are and what we’re meant to do down here.
Thanksgiving Rituals of Connection
Approach your Thanksgiving with some rituals of connection already in mind. Here are some ideas to help you plan.
Invest in Your Relationship: The Emotional Bank Account
The difference between happy and unhappy couples is how they manage their Emotional Bank Account.