Interesting Articles


To Fall in Love with Anyone, Do This : What happens if you decide that falling in love is not something that happens to you, but something that you do?

The 36 Questions That Lead to Love: A series of personal questions used by the psychologist Arthur Aron to explore the idea of fostering closeness through mutual vulnerability.

To Stay Married, Embrace Change: It’s unrealistic to expect your spouse to forever remain the same person you fell in love with.

Reinventing Date Night for Long-Married Couples: Brain and behavior researchers say many couples are going about date night all wrong.

Here's the Thing That Lasting Love is Really About: New research suggests that seeing love as a journey, rather than as a union of soul mates, could help people in how they deal with relationship conflicts.

The Brain on Love: A Happy Marriage relieves stress and makes one feel safe as an adored baby.

Nine Psychological Tasks for a Good Marriage

Mindfulness, Meditation, and Being Healthy and Present

How to Meditate: Learning how to meditate is straightforward, and the benefits can come quickly. Here, we offer basic tips to get you started on a path towards greater equanimity, acceptance and joy.

I know what you think of me

In Mindfulness, a Method to Sharpen Focus and Open Minds : Misconceptions surround the practice of mindfulness, which is part meditation and part a greater awareness of the things around you.

The Power of Concentration: We can learn a lot from the way Sherlock Holmes trains his mind.

The 'Busy' Trap: The "crazy busy" existence so many of us complain about is almost entirely self-imposed.

Breath, Exhale, Repeat: The Benefits of Controlled Breathing: Controlled breathing, an ancient practice, can reduce stress and soothe your body.

On Midlife: The Midlife Unraveling

Why You Should Stop Being So Hard on Yourself : A look at Self-Compassion

This Is What ‘Self-Care’ REALLY Means, Because It’s Not All Salt Baths And Chocolate Cake:

Yoga for Better Sleep:

Reflect, Without Thinking: On Learning How to Enjoy Our Little Dramas: Meditation

The 'Untranslatable' Emotions You Never Knew You Had:

Taking Charge of Your Life: Slow down, figure out what matters to you and make that a bigger part of your life:


The Birth of a Mother:

The Promise of Self Compassion for Stressed Out Teens:

Redefining Success and Celebrating the Ordinary: Many of us define success as being extraordinary, but where does that leave the average child who enjoys a pickup basketball game but is far from Olympic material?

The Stories That Bind Us: Studies indicate that children learn resilience when they learn what their relatives before them have faced.

Dont make your children the exception to every rule: Raising conscientious children is definitely not the most fun part of parenting, but protecting them from the consequences of every failure is the biggest parental failure of all.



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