The quality of our early attachments profoundly influences our relationships later in life.
Next time you get angry, stop and think about why you’re angry.
The greatest gift you can give your child is a strong relationship between you and your partner.
Core needs are not negotiable in marriage.
Couples who have a great sex life life make sex a priority rather than the last item of a long to-do list.
Research finds that being in an unhappy marriage can increase your chances of getting sick.
When someone’s feelings get hurt, it doesn’t automatically mean someone did something wrong.
Successful couples purposefully strive to see each other through rose-colored glasses.
Focus on the problem, not the person.
Having a passion that never fades is not a fantasy.
The recipe for failure in a marriage is waiting for the other person to change.
We sat down with Susan David, Ph.D. to discuss the importance of emotional agility in relationships.