The Three R’s: Realization, Relationships, and Roots

"People spend a lifetime searching for happiness; looking for peace. They chase idle

My fault, your fault, default?

In his short story in a recent issue of New Yorker, Julian Barnes captures the subtle shifts of attention and the nuances of emotion that transform two strangers into lovers.

Racing Hearts

Your browser does not support the video tag. Dr. Art Aron, an expert on relationships, social cognition, and social neuroscience, recounts the findings of his famous “Capilano Bridge experiment”. This experiment demonstrated that a person’s feelings of attraction are more intense in situations of danger.

Dreaming of Some Sibling Revelry

What's my ideal relationship with my sister? We’ll be friends because we want to be, not because we have to be.

Operation Marriage: Living in the New Normal

There's a phrase being tossed around military installations, "living in the new normal."

The Roots of Love

Your browser does not support the video tag. Dr. David Buss, an evolutionary psychologist who studies mating strategies, gender conflict, social status, and the function of emotions in cultures around the world. He talks about the universality of love and the differences between what women want and what men want.

5 Tips To Escape An Abusive Relationship

If you or someone you care about is in an abusive relationship, there are ways to break away and stop the cycle of domestic violence.

Andrea Mathews, LPC, NCC

Andrea Mathews is an author, psychotherapist, corporate trainer, and motivational and inspirational speaker. She has over 30 years of experience in the mental health field, the last 14 of those in a thriving private practice, providing Transpersonal Therapy and Cognitive Therapy to individuals and couples on a variety of issues. Cognitive Therapy is an approach in which one works with thoughts, self-talk and beliefs to change patterns that are not working and develop new ways of interacting with self and others. Transpersonal Therapy assists...

Does Couple Therapy Work?

Surveys show that relationship problems are a leading reason – and perhaps THE leading reason

Sparrow vs. Vulture: Finding Your Support Structure

“I could care less if you love or hate me. I’m way past that. I’m asking that you respect me as a human being, anyway.”

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