Resolving Conflict In Relationships

Resolving Conflict In Relationships

Conflict with loved ones is unavoidable. If anything, conflict is useful, provided that it’s taken as an opportunity for both personal and relational growth, and not allowed to devolve into a heated argument. How do you utilize conflict in this way? These five tips...
Feel Panic With Natural Disasters

Feel Panic With Natural Disasters

Q. The recent hurricanes, floods, droughts and earthquakes have been quite disturbing for me to witness and learn about. I find myself feeling afraid, confused and pretty despondent when I see such large scale calamities. I am grateful that I am safe and my family...
What Are the Five Love Languages?

What Are the Five Love Languages?

Everyone wants to feel loved. But how can you know if you’re communicating your love in a way that the other person will truly understand and appreciate? Dr. Gary Chapman is the author of The 5 Love Languages®: The Secret to Love That Lasts. He describes five “love...
3 Signs That He’s Worth The Wait

3 Signs That He’s Worth The Wait

Here are 3 ways to tell if the guy you’re holding out for deserves your patience: 1. He gets in touch as least as much as you do. Relationships aren’t games, and your man shouldn’t treat yours like one. If you’re constantly trying to track this guy down and always...
Accessing Different Sides Of My Personality

Accessing Different Sides Of My Personality

Q. People see me as a balanced, kind of mellow, non-reactive, reasonable and sensitive guy. This is all true in a way. I tend to not stand out and am not that assertive. I am starting to feel frustrated in being that kind of a person. I feel ordinary, repressed and at...
Pity, Sympathy Or Compassion: How to Help

Pity, Sympathy Or Compassion: How to Help

Q. When I encounter someone in pain—physical, emotional or otherwise, I tend to have strong reactions. I think of how unfair it is for someone to suffer or I get into pitying them. I feel sorry and start to feel sad. I hear people talking about sympathy and compassion...