Research shows that people in traditional nuclear families with a married couple, do better in economic, educational and health outcomes.
It’s important to set boundaries: what you will accept and what you won’t. Otherwise, you may become a “punching bag” for others.
Problems are part of life, aren’t they – so why run away from them? Why unfriend problems? Brian Harris writes
Family gatherings at Christmas can lead to stressful conversations – so here are 3 things to keep in mind to avoid the conflict.
When someone is stubborn, our instinct is to bombard them with evidence. The better approach to persuasion is to start small.
God declares all humans equal because we are created in his image, no matter how much we earn, how we look or where we live, writes Robert Martin.
We all have the impulse to save face, and many of us get defensive, aggressive or withdrawn when that impulse is challenged, writes Michael McQueen.
Have you ever felt invisible? Or perhaps you’ve felt as though you’re seen, but in an inaccurate way – you’ve been placed you in a limiting box.
“In 2013 it seemed like all of my colleagues were using Tinder – it was new, exciting, and was changing society before our eyes,” writes Aaron Johnstone.
Offering a kind word can not only make someone’s day better, but knowing someone is thinking about them, can make all the difference in the world.