Research over the past decade highlights the link between affection in childhood and health and happiness in the future.
You made her. You make her every day. She’s priceless. But you made something else that day. You made a father.
Research shows that giving your child the gift of emotional intelligence can greatly improve their quality of life.
This is how we heal the “mean girls” culture: we hold, we include, we love, we empower, and we regard our girls.
Build on what Dr. Gottman has found to be the best predictor of marital adjustment after baby arrives: the quality of friendship in the relationship.
You don’t have to choose between being a good parent and a good partner.
The greatest gift you can give your child is a strong relationship between you and your partner.
We sat down with Susan David, Ph.D. to discuss the importance of emotional agility in relationships.
Understanding how you feel about feelings can make a difference in your ability to form strong, healthy bonds with others.
Learn about these negative patterns and how to keep them out of your relationship.