Aging-in-Place May Be a Fountain of Youth Secret

One of the benefits of aging-in-place is good neighborhood gossip -- a reason to stay alive and well is so that you don’t miss out on the next installment.

Synchronicity Can Signal Love Moments or Breakthroughs

Creating the environment that allows for you to aware of how synchronicity and its cousin, serendipity, can enrich your life.

Compassion: Living, Loving, and Dying

Compassion, which we so often show towards strangers, can sometimes take a back seat with those we love. Yet in society today, we need compassion, for those in our homes, in nursing facilities, and in hospitals.

Next of Kin Healthcare Dilemma is Stressful at Any Age

New Yale study is a wake-up call for anyone - singles, same-sex partners, lovers, the elderly - with no healthcare directives in place. In a hospital admission emergency, if no legal documents are in place, those we trust and love may be excluded from decision-making.

Looking for Mr. Right? 16 Questions to Consider

Look at the research on matters of the heart. Answer 16 questions. And if you are describing a past love who has disappointed you, rewrite your love story, and seek out someone who values you.

16 Breaking up Tips and How Journaling Eases Heartbreak

Research tells us that writing about the positive aspects of the relationship has healing value.

A Betrayal Anxiety Quiz for Women in an Unequal Workplace

When limited opportunities for advancement in a workplace exist, women often find themselves competing for the few positions available. Oftentimes, women who have been betrayed by ladder climbing colleagues are then prone to sabotage others.

Women’s Pay Gap: Is it Children, Expectations, or Feminism?

It's time for the power structure of corporate and political America to better accommodate women and their families.

4 Ways to Thwart the Serenity Stealers

Learn the danger signs that affect you when you are in the presence of someone seems to intrude on your peace.

15 Ways to Share Love in the Springtime

Whether it is real or simply a happy time that enlivens us, here are some ways to take advantage of spring fever with someone special in your life.

Remembering Grandma, Easter’s Pizzagaina Queen

The highest compliment that Grandpa could pay to Grandma was to say, "Nancy, this tastes better than my mother's. May she rest in peace."

Loves Lost: One Troubled Pilot Brings Grieving to Many

One wonders how many words were left unspoken by those who boarded the plane? Will those left behind expressed gratitude because their last moments together were a blessing? Or did they part with an unkind word or look that can never be repaired?

Shaming Women: Sex, Toys, and Cosmetic Surgery

Stigmatizing women continues. But let us be grateful to women's advocates -- those who expose the finger pointers.

Resilience: 4 Ways to Move Forward After Time Stands Still

Resiliency is a gift, but in some ways it is an art that can be cultivated.

St. Patrick's Day Drinking: Facts, Hangovers, and Advice

Watch out for the lure of too much green beer.

Serenity: 6 Steps to Peace in the Midst of Change

Keep yourself and your relationship on an even keel and when change comes about -- second guessing will not shatter your peace. .

Let's Give Valentine’s Day 2016 Back to Children

Look at the world through the eyes of a child before that child learns anger or hate. And just as we tallied up cards from our Valentine’s Day box as children, let the next Valentine’s Day become a day when children’s organizations can tally up checks.

Take This Gratitude Quiz, Then Assess Your Love Life

As people look at cards of hearts and flowers to send for Valentine’s Day, we might consider creating an abundance garden in our own hearts, one that can attract love or strengthen love.

Handcuffs Bump Hearts on '50 Shades of Grey' Valentine Bear

Although handcuffs may look cute with the bear, it seems that the message of love and gratitude for your special someone is diminished. Also consider the connection between porn and sex trafficking.

Confessions of a Repeat Mover

Sometimes we move because an apartment is out there calling us to turn four walls into a home.

If Orgasms and Love Elude You, Blame Commitment and Oxytocin

When one's social life consists of hook-ups, sexual pleasure is often fleeting and disappointing.

3 Love Goals for 2015: Acceptance, Gratitude, and Happiness

Keep in mind that embracing the positive is attainable, even if you must reinvent yourself in the process. Then comes the next challenge -- following-through.

4 Memoir Writing Tips for Treasuring a Holiday Memory

When asked "How do you write a memoir?" My answer is simple -- one memory at a time. Here are 4 tips and my memory of "The Italian Family Christmas Tree Challenge" when Grandpa brought home the tallest tree on the farm.

Holiday Sex, Romance, and Gratitude Enhance Intimacy

Researchers tell us the mean occurrence rate for experiencing orgasm during sex. But only we know for certain just how we can influence intimacy by embracing gratitude.

Love Connections: A Duchenne Smile and Gratitude

If practicing the gratitude you do not necessarily feel can help you become more grateful, can practicing the Duchenne smile help you become happier and more loving?

Anger: Making the Decision to Tame the Beast and Forgive

Anger is a reaction, an emotion. We cannot really control our emotions. We feel what we feel. However, we can control our actions and reactions. Then forgive.

For Love That is Happily-Ever-After, Try Gratitude

With research on gratitude, this attitude may be the "happily ever after" secret.

Stress Is Addictive, Controllable, and Under-Appreciated

To alleviate stress, we must change the situation or change our response. But even change for the better is stressful.

For Lovers or Employees, Documentation Improves Skills

Both for lovers and employees, improving interpersonal skills through documentation can sometimes merge into a self-review process.

Folk Art Reveals Resilience

Our ancestors left us a legacy of treasures.