Boost Sex Appeal and Confidence by Wearing Red

Regardless of gender, red clothing gets you noticed!

Sexual Jealousy or Emotional Jealousy?

Women and men both produce testosterone. Is there a difference in production levels when a romantic rival enters the picture?

Stop Dating the Wrong Person

What is it about unhealthy relationship patterns that keep us stuck in a rut? You may be addicted to bad relationships.

You Can't Force Brilliance

Whether you are trying to figure out where you parked your car or avoid calling someone the wrong name, again, don't overthink it!

10 Steps to Effective Couples Communication

How to discuss everything from the trivial to the traumatic

Awaken to the Joy You’ve Been Mindlessly Chasing

By celebrating all that you bring to the world, the world is in a much better position to begin celebrating with you!

"Keep Calm and Carry On" is Bad Advice

We all are afraid of something in life. Can we re-frame negative anxiety into happy anticipation?

Do Smart People Make Good Friends?

Your IQ might also reveal a fair amount about the level of your “SQ,” or social intelligence quotient.

13 First Date Red Flags

What are some of the "warning signs" of potential relationship trouble that might show up on the first date?

The Pursuit of Happiness Never Ends Well

Happiness is a state of being, not a pile of stuff.

Pet Names between Couples are a Very Good Sign

Terms of endearment between lovers are a very positive sign.

5 Ways to Create your Own Luck

Good luck, happy accidents, and lucky streaks won’t happen in a vacuum. Here are 5 suggestions for finding the good luck you know you deserve.

Are You Afraid to Say "I Love You"?

Hearing the words, "I love you," can bring some of us closer to the one that we love and send others running in the opposite direction as fast as they can.

Fake It Until You Make It—Just Smile

How do you tend to cope with a difficult moment in life? Are you biting your lip? Grimacing? Trying to keep a stiff upper lip? Well, there may be a better way of coping with stress

Are you Raising Narcissistic Children?

The difference between responsive parenting and suppressive parenting is often not understood by parents until their children are unable to make their way in life independently.

15 Ways to Show Your Besties That You Love ’Em

If you want to kick some fun into the trailing weeks of winter, why not do something cool to show your friends who much you love them?

Optimism: a Habit Worth Making

Looking for the good beats cataloging the bad any day.

20 Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Best Friends

Spending Valentine's Day with your best friend may be a lot more fun than trying to stage the "perfect" romantic evening with a date.

Thick as Thieves?

Loyal, trusting, and trustworthy friends are the ones whose eyes you should strive to see yourself. Friends can offer love and support to you when you cannot offer it to yourself

Can this Friendship be Saved?

Anything is possible when it comes to relationships. But if you're trying to fix one, you need to be clear in your goal.

Healthy Narcissism: It’s What Keeps Us Secure

There’s a world of difference between healthy and toxic narcissism! Don’t feel bad if you love yourself – remember, no behavior is a problem, UNTIL it becomes a problem!

5 Reasons It's So Hard to End a Friendship

Hanging onto relationships that make you feel worse, not better, is a poor choice when it comes to your emotional and physical well-being.

How to Keep a Relationship From Growing Cold

Couples in significant relationships need to make time for sexual intimacy even if schedules seem too busy to allow it.

Are Narcissists Born or Made?

Narcissism can be understood through developmental theory, but it can only be addressed through honesty and hard work.

How to Attract and Maintain “True Love”

Advice from magazines and websites suggests that finding “the right one” requires us to change, but will the "right one" even recognize the "new you"?

What Part of You Got Lost between Age 18 and Today?

Bravado and confidence are second nature to most teens, but what happens as we grow older?

Duct Tape and WD40 for Relationships

There's a saying that there are only two tools anyone needs in life: duct tape and WD40. Are there tools that basic for relationship maintenance?

Sober New Beginnings and Dry January

There’s pressure to get into the holiday spirit from all corners and there is often unspoken social pressure and friendly encouragement to overindulge in food and drink.

Seeing our Future: Horoscopes & New Year's Resolutions?

Some people suggest that winter is the least auspicious time to make resolutions as the world stands dormant and barren.

7 Ways to Show You Really Care

Stating your feelings aloud builds a relationship. Isn’t it cool that our brains are wired so that when we speak our intentions aloud, we are more eager to live up to our promises?