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The Unexpected Joys of ‘Parenting-in-Place’

There is no avoiding the tragic reality of this pandemic, yet we can hold such reality more easily when set alongside the glorious simplicity of childhood play.

Intimacy and Space

Why We Need Both and Just Enough

Printable Feeling Wheel

What are you feeling? Discover more about your feelings and increase emotional intelligence with this handy, printable resource.

Under Stress, We All Regress

A story of how compassion helped a family find relief when stressful conditions activated trauma triggers and coping mechanisms.

Living Apart With Love

Mindfully managing co-parenting from separate households during shelter-in-place conditions.

24 Dates You Can Try at Home

Whether you’re social distancing or quarantined together, during stressful and uncertain times, it’s more important than ever to prioritize rituals of connection with your partner.

Addiction Recovery and Shelter-in-Place: What Do I Do?

Addiction expert and Certified Gottman Therapist Dr. Robert Navarra shares advice for couples in recovery during COVID-19.

Gottman Relationship Recipes

Try these relationship recipes out at home—you probably already have all the ingredients you need!

Redefining Individuality and Togetherness During Quarantine

If you want to enhance your sense of self and your romantic partnership during this time, consider exploring these five strategies.

The Gift of Presence: A Mindfulness Guide for Women

In her new book, co-founder and CEO of the Mindsight Institute Caroline Welch takes readers on a mindfulness journey to help them de-stress and cultivate inner peace.

Keeping it Together While Social Distancing

These days, each passing moment brings a strange and new reality. To solidify and strengthen an existing relationship or continue to get to know someone, this is also an opportunity to get curious and focus on the things you appreciate.

How Early Attachment Styles Can Influence Later Relationships

There are more layers and complexities to contemporary attachment theory, but for the moment, let’s just say there are four main attachment styles — secure, insecure-avoidant, insecure-anxious and disorganised.

More Than Money

Disagreements about money often get stuck at the practical level and deeper levels of meaning, history, or world views are not explored or understood fully.

Is it Time to Go to Couples Counseling?

There are telltale signs that signal you and your partner could benefit from couples counseling.

The Little Things You Do

we asked our followers to share some of the “small words, small gestures, and small acts” their partners do for them. Our hearts were so warmed by the responses, we’d love to share some of them with you.