Relationship Growth Happens in Nature

A therapist leads wilderness retreats for couples.

World Peace Starts at Home

In her TEDx Talk, Julie Schwartz Gottman explores how to create peace in the world using findings from studies on love and diplomacy.

My Wife Wants to Open the Relationship. Is Our Marriage Over?

A sex therapist weighs in on open relationships and how to make monogamy hot again.

Here’s What Happened When I Went on Eight Therapist-Designed Dates

We sent a dating coach and her boyfriend on eight dates designed by John and Julie Gottman.

Cannabis and Couples: What Does the Research Say?

Certified Gottman Therapist and Master Addiction Counselor Dr. Robert Navarra reviews the research on cannabis use.

Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: An Interview with Lori Gottlieb

Lori Gottlieb is a psychotherapist and author of the New York Times best seller, “Maybe You Should Talk to Someone.”

The Two Gottman Ideas You Should Be Talking About

Dan Wile, developer of Collaborative Couple Therapy, shares his two favorite Gottman ideas.

Keep Asking Your Partner to Dance

What a middle school dance can teach us about love and vulnerability.

How to Break Up

A therapist explains how to break up, even when it’s hard to do.

A Review of the Research on Domestic Violence

A letter to the editor of The New York Times from the desk of John Gottman, Ph.D. and Julie Schwartz Gottman, Ph.D.

The BestMarriages Story

How two regular guys built one of the largest couples counseling centers in Canada.

Before I Was a Couples Therapist, I Was a Rabbi

As a rabbi turned couples therapist, I find myself living in two wonderful worlds, continuing to build bridges between both.

A Case for Celebrating Un-Valentine’s Day

Show up for your loved ones every day, not just on February 14th.