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7 Tips to Avoid Toxic Relationships

Karen Salmansohn | Posted 09.24.2014 | Healthy Living
Karen Salmansohn

Having "been there, dated that," I wanted to offer up right here, right now seven quickie empowering tips from the book which helped me break my pattern -- in order to help both men and women break theirs.

A Therapist's Top 5 Secrets to a Happy Relationship

KnowMore TV | Posted 09.13.2014 | Women
KnowMore TV

Take these to heart if you want to start repairing the damage that's been done and work on creating a happier future together.

Here's How To Have A Happy Relationship, According To Science

Posted 06.23.2014 | Weddings

Scientists spend a lot of time figuring out what makes people happy, especially when it comes to love and relationships. Thanks to the folks at Ha...

The Key To A Happy Marriage Is...

Posted 06.26.2013 | Weddings

There isn't one universal key that unlocks the door to a happy and healthy marriage. Rather, there are many different ways for couples to achieve a st...

What's Your Swoon Quotient?

Kathlyn and Gay Hendricks | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Kathlyn and Gay Hendricks

Swoon quotient: the felt experience of gratitude, intimacy, appreciation and sexual feelings all swirling together, or, the tendency to almost fall over in bliss being around your mate.

Andrew Cuomo And Sandra Lee: Unwedded Bliss

Alan Chartock | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Alan Chartock

Any time society liberates itself from old ways that don't work for everyone, I applaud. When two people are committed to a relationship and they are equals, society shouldn't be that concerned about a piece of paper.

Cultivating 'Healthy Selfishness' in Your Relationship

Kristen Houghton | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Kristen Houghton

Caring chiefly for each other, your interest, and comfort sums up exactly what a couple should have together. That's healthy selfishness.

Balanced Life: 7 Tips for Dealing With a Crabby Sweetheart

Gretchen Rubin | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Gretchen Rubin

Due to a phenomenon called emotional contagion, you're very likely to "catch" your sweetheart's mood. Unfortunately, bad moods are more catching than good moods.