How to build trust, love, and intimacy-based relationships? The answer is quality time with your loved ones. It promotes a positive outlook on life, enhances your well-being, and both enlightens and enriches you. Keep reading to discover solutions for building healthy relationships.
We believe that romance lives on the hand-written cards, and here are 10 thoughtful phrases you can write on a special occasion, thank you, or Valentine’s Day card that will express your deep love and appreciation.
We zoom into the power of genuine communication and ongoing dialogue as the ultimate key to a real-life "happily ever after." Plus, discover a brief guide on how to use the brand new Couples Edition of our Let's Get Closer game, which will get those powerful intimate conversations going.
Love is healing and healing rises from forgiveness. This Valentine’s Day, and every other day, remember that a heartfelt apology is a declaration of love. Here’s our approach to saying sorry in a loving manner.
Breakups can be painful, yet coming out such pain and loss offers a powerful opportunity to reinvent yourself and take your life to new levels. Here we look at expert tips on dealing with the grieving that occurs in the early stages of a breakup and how to reemerge stronger than ever.
Having friends of different ages and backgrounds can help you expand your horizons, become more empathetic and well-rounded. In this piece, we dive deep into the topic of friendship and discuss how to draw in friends who will enrich your life—irrespective of age group or social stereotypes.
Maintaining good family mental health can be done through spending meaningful time together, building family routines, and implementing mindful activities. We’ve prepared a few tips and ideas on how to nurture your family’s emotional well-being.
Moments of joy and quality time spent together as a family is what helps us nurture our relationship and deepen our bond. Here’s a list of simple, engaging and mindful activities that facilitate spending quality time with your family.
If you feel like your relationship is going through a rough patch, or you’d simply like to further strengthen your bond, improve communication, and implement a positive change, consider starting a new healthy habit–practicing gratitude as a couple.