An Unexpected Apology from a Bike Thief

A short blog on an unexpected apology from a bike thief.

A Quick Fix for Conquering Your Fear

Sometimes you can move past a fear quickly, if you are willing to act.

The #1 Life-Changing Communication Rule

I confess to still finding it very difficult to follow my own advice on this.

How to Ruin a Sister Relationship in One Easy Lesson

Want to heal things with your sister? Here's what NOT to do.

“You Need to Forgive!" and Other Lies That Hurt You

Encouraging forgiveness can leave the hurt party feeling emotionally unsteady and betrayed all over again.

Two Magic Words that Keep Relationships Together

Here are the two most healing words in the English language--and why.

7 Steps to Dealing with Criticism

Dealing with unfair criticism? Here’s what decades of studying relationships has taught me.

The #1 Brain-Scrambling Apology

Let's de-code the most brain-scrambling apology of them all.

The Single Word That Turns an Apology Into an Insult

Here's the two-letter word that means you've given or received a bad apology.

Why the Apology You Didn't Get Matters

Questioning ourselves for being “oversensitive” is a common way that women disqualify our legitimate anger and hurt.

Why That Person Who Hurt You Will Never Apologize

Here's why the person who hurt and betrayed you won't get it and feels no remorse.

The Five Best Ways to Ruin an Apology

Here's how to de-code those relationship-busting apologies in love and work.

Take the #1 Apology Challenge!

We're wired to muck up the apology. Take this #1 apology challenge.

Apologies Are for the Weak: How to Crush Your Enemy

New research indicates that real men don't apologize.

The Danger of Confronting the Family Member Who Hurt You

The more serious the harm, the less likely that the person who hurt you will ever get it.

7 Tips for a Remarkable Marriage

Here are 7 short and simple tips for a remarkable marriage.

The Key to Calming Down and Finding Peace

The things that help you deal with crises—or just plain stress—may take you by surprise.

How to Voice the Ultimate to Your Partner—And Be Heard!

What's your bottom line? Here's how to make yourself heard!

Want to Have a Better Marriage? Here's How

Books and blogs are filled with tips to strengthen your marriage. You don’t need this advice.

The Best Reason to Never Rock the Boat with Your Partner

Beware! When you change one thing, there is no guarantee where it will stop.

An Unforgettable Tale About Forgiveness

Here is a moving Hassidic parable about forgiveness and healing broken connections.

My Mother's Best Relationship Advice in Seven Words

When I was a little girl growing up in Brooklyn, my mother taught me a lesson of great value. It took only seven words.

Dear Diary: True Confessions From a Diary-Keeper

My diaries give new meaning to the word "shallow." Still, they laid the foundation for my writing life.

How To Become a Published Author: It's Not What You Think

During that five year period my first book was rejected, I couldn’t walk into a bookstore without getting depressed.

The #1 Surprising Rule for Making Your Stepfamily Work

If you want your marriage and stepfamily to grow stronger, consider this rule to be your spiritual practice.

The Formula for the Good Enough Apology

The formula for a good enough apology seems pretty straightforward. Why is it so easy to get it wrong?

Here's the Apology You Should Never Make!

Sometimes the only good apology is getting out of the other person’s space.

Want An Apology? Don't Make This Big Mistake

If you're not getting the apology you need and deserve, consider this.

Don't Marry Your Future Ex-Husband

Here is my difficult but wise dating advice for women.

Cut Down the Advice-Giving and Lift Up Your Marriage

If you’re a first-born with a younger, same-sex sibling, you may be especially prone to wanting your partner to do things the right way, which is your way.

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