3 Keys to Enhancing Your Love Life After Retirement

Treat your partner like you did when you first met — with the newness and sexiness of young love — and you’ll live happily ever after-retirement.

How to Live a Regret-Free Life

As you go into the new year, ask yourself: What lesson did you learn this past year that you wish you’d known earlier? What will you do now to transform that regret into action?

A Good Apology Is Hard to Find

Right now, it’s men’s apologies that are in the news. But, we can all take this moment to brush up on our apologizing skills and recognizing when we have things to apologize for.

Dealing with Passive-Aggressives Without Losing Your Mind

Passive-aggressiveness is a form of anger.

When Forgiving Yourself Is the Hardest Kind of Forgiveness

When it’s you who’s done the wronging, you might not believe you deserve forgiveness.

Is Realistic Positivity the Key to Happiness as We Age?

Do you think you can change your mindset?

4 Ways That a Rough Childhood Can Damage Adult Relationships

There are many ways childhood emotional trauma continues to affect you even after you've grown up.

5 Strategies for Accepting Your Mortality

You can't fall in love, make new friends, or teach your grandchildren to read if you're feeling scared and bitter - free yourself from death!

4 Ways the Pain of Childhood Trauma Impacts Us as Adults

Children make meaning out of the events they witness and things that happen to them, and they create an internal map of how the world is. This meaning-making helps them cope.

5 Things You Need to Know About Anxiety

"I'm so stressed out right now."

7 Secrets to a Successful Relationship After 50

Do you feel that your partner truly hears you, sees you, and accepts you as you are and that he or she wants the best for you?

How to Make Friends as an Adult

To become a better friend, think about the qualities and characteristics you like in a friend and make sure to develop them in yourself.

4 Keys to Increase Your Happiness As You Get Older

The road to happiness often requires curiosity, openness, and flexibility. But, remember, you're not over the hill; you're at the top of the mountain.

6 Steps to Transform Your Outlook

Trying to turn over a new leaf this year? These 6 Steps will help tremendously.

Don't Just Survive the Holidays, Enjoy Them

So how do you hold onto the good things you like about this time of year, and get rid of all the things you hate?

The Harmful Behavior Inventory

Oprah Winfrey posts a sign in her office: "Please take responsibility for the energy you bring into this space." It would benefit everyone to live by this.

Answers to Your Questions About Passive-Aggressiveness

What do you do when they know they're angry, but they just want you to be wrong?

7 Steps to Resolving Conflict With a Passive-Aggressive

Healthy conflict resolves disputes, and builds understanding and compassion in relationships.

When Passive-Aggression Is the Third Party in Your Relations

Passive-aggressive behavior doesn't have to spell death for your relationship, as long as you're both open and honest about your boundaries.

Is Your Anger a Cover for Shame?

For many of us, we carry around secret feelings of shame for years. Something we did in our past — or something that was done to us — haunts us. Shame can be a major anger trigger.

4 Reasons Why You Should Embrace Your Anger

Anger makes us uncomfortable for a reason—so that we pay attention to it and learn from it.

How Do You Forgive Even When It Feels Impossible? (Part 2)

I'll explain what I mean when I use the word "forgive," why I recommend the healing power of forgiveness, and how to heal even when you don't feel you can forgive.

Why You Should Never Vote Angry

Think about the last time you got very angry. Was what you said or did after you felt angry helpful? Or, did it make things worse?

Untangling Anger

So how do you discover what it is that makes you angry? You start by paying attention.

6 Steps to Bringing Out the Best in Each Other

Would you like to rekindle feelings of love that might have gotten lost along the way? This simple 6-step exercise can really help!

The Revenge Myth

Revenge is appealing. Someone hurts us and we're convinced that revenge will make us feel whole again. Just thinking about revenge can trigger positive emotions.

4 Ways to Survive Holidays With the Family

The trick is to not judge yourself too harshly for reverting to childhood behaviors and to not let your family's treatment of you get too far under your skin.

What to Do When Your Emotions Overwhelm You

When you're highly sensitive and someone says or does something hurtful, you feel a rush of emotions like a wave has cracked over your head. If you want to keep yourself from drowning in your emotions, you must learn to relax and stop fighting them.

The 5 Fighting Words You Need to Drop From Your Relationship

Do you fight dirty? These five words are hurting your relationship.

3 Ways to Stop Having the Same Fight Over and Over

Are you tired of having the exact same argument with your partner? These three steps can shed a lot of light of your situation.