Mystical Healing

Do you have anger problems, eating issues, relationship difficulties, or just too many regrets? Consider an ancient teaching that can wake you up to making changes that stick.

Can Religion Speak to Adults?

Do you see religion differently now that you're an adult? You are not alone.

"You Wanted This Divorce!"

Parents ask for divorce, and teens have to go along. Here is how to protect them.

Saying Goodbye to Hurt

Can't get someone our of your head? Holding onto resentment that won't go away? Here are seven ways to move on.

Funerals, Psychology and Cost

Did you know that Funeral Homes can be big business? If someone you know just lost a loved one, consider becoming an educated consumer.

The Shopaholic

Do you know someone who shops too much? Maybe it's you? Dr. Hindie M. Klein introduces us to the mind of the shopaholic and demonstrates why it's a tough addiction to beat.

The Borderline/Narcissistic Mother

Do you think your mother might be a Borderline or a Narcissist? Here's how to tell the difference.

The Narcissistic Boss

Do you have an impossible boss? Or are you the problem? It's important to know, in order to figure out what to do.

Sibling Rivalry & The New Baby

Having a baby changes your life forever. But, the new baby can change the life of your first child as well. Dr. Hindie Klein tells us how to help a first born adjust to the arrival of a new brother or sister.

Old & Happy - The Secret Formula

What do we do when the mountains to climb are inside of us? How do we find happiness when so many of our years lie behind us?

Why You Can't Get Organized

Do you find yourself struggling to organize your things? Because you're not alone, and here's why.

The Borderline Mother

Do you find yourself trapped in a cycle of emotional abuse from your mother? Dan S. Lobel tells us how a parent with Borderline Personality Disorder can affect you, even as an adult.

When Addiction Hits the Family

When a serious addiction problem hits home, it's time to mobilize. Here is what you can do.

HGTV—Addicting or Therapeutic?

Many of us are hooked on the popular Home Improvement Network, HGTV. But who knew there were similar ties between these programs and therapy. Guest blogger, Heather Edwards tells us how.

Game of Thrones, Sex & Love

The Game of Thrones series gives us a world of easy sex & deadly power trips. But is it possible to find love in the midst of the morally challenged society of Westeros? What, if anything, is George Martin telling us about our world, today?

What Makes Something Sexy?

Three questions: What makes someone sexy and exciting? Why does great sex often lead to pain. And, how might you have more healthy great sex? Let's start a conversation.

Your Limitless Self

We deal with limitations everyday. Can we transcend the world as it is? I believe we can.

Relationship Blues? (Hint: Stop Criticizing)

Does your partner second guess you too much? Do you criticize without even thinking? Learn from couples who have found a way to do it differently.

Why People Hold Onto Stuff

Do you have too much stuff? We cling to things for many reasons, and it can be overwhelming. Guest blogger, Marcia Sloman, tells us where to start.

Why We Rush Off Airplanes

Why do people need to get off airplanes in such a hurry? There are many reasons and the fear of flying is only one of them.

Sex, Porn, and the Challenge of Intimacy

Question One: Is your boyfriend or husband wired to porn? Question Two: Is it a harmless distraction or something that's truly getting in the way? Your sex life may be at stake. It's an issue that's worth your attention.

How Media Can Exploit People

When does a reporter cross the line from doing his job to exploiting his interviewee?

The Emotionally Healthy Athlete

Elite athletes are inspiring. But, what's the next chapter? Many do well, but the bio-psychology of success can backfire. Here's what you can do for your own children.

The Fire of Love

Keep love burning. Like a fire, it can burn out. And, when stoked correctly, boy can it be great.

Helping Children Grieve

Bad things happen to good people, and sometimes those people are children. How do you begin to help a youngster suffering loss? Here are some guidelines for a problem with no easy fix.

The Narcissistic Politician

To quote Nietzsche, "The visionary lies to himself, the liar only to others." Politicians are not saints, and some can be narcissistic because grandiosity and entitlement are contagious. They may inspire or annoy us, but politicians can make big errors in judgement; and we all lose. Here's how we can do better.

Is Your Partner a Liar?

Does someone you love appear to be lying to you? Is it hurting your relationship? Small lies can turn to big ones. Here's how—and what you can do about it.

Clingy Love

Can you have a great childhood, and yet have a rocky love life? What are the reasons why people become needy? Let's unpack this problem and look at some ways out.

How We Learn to Lie

Everyone has lied at some point in their life. In fact, it's an important part of early child development. Yet most of us give it up. Do you know someone who lies too easily? Here's an insight into what may have gone wrong.

Break Bad Habits

Habits die hard. And, without help they often stay on...forever. Smoking, overeating, name it. Here's six good ways to start anew. You can do it!