What Is Breadcrumbing? How to Spot This Red Flag in Relationships
If you're worried a person—either a friend or a potential romantic partner—is stringing you along by breadcrumbing you, here's how...
Are You Self-Sabotaging Relationships? Here’s What to Do
Here are the signs you may be self-sabotaging your relationships, how to fix it, and when to seek help.
Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships: How to Tell the Difference
Experts reveal how to tell the difference between a healthy vs. unhealthy relationship, when to seek professional help, and when...
What Is Narcissistic Abuse? 6 People Share Real-Life Examples
Narcissistic abuse can be hard to pinpoint. Here, real people share what it was like having a relationship with a...
What Is a Relationship Coach? How to Know if You Need One
These problem-solvers can help you define and reach your partnership goals. Relationship coaches empower you while attaining a deeper connection.
What Is a Toxic Relationship? What Therapists Need You to Know
Toxicity can exist on a spectrum, but the key to knowing where your relationship falls lies in your partner's behavior.
How to Deal With Passive-Aggressive People
Passive-aggressive people can be difficult. Here are expert tips on how to deal with passive-aggressive behavior—whether it's from a family...
6 Ways to Build Trust in a Relationship
Trust can offer peace of mind and growth in relationships and takes time to build and, in some cases, rebuild....
9 Examples of Gaslighting, According to Therapists
Gaslighting can happen between romantic partners but also in family relationships, friendships, at work, and even with your doctor.
Here’s What a Narcissist Does at the End of a Relationship
When it comes to ending a relationship, a narcissist will act in multiple ways. Here are the signs to...
16 Gaslighting Phrases that Are Red Flags
Gaslighters control you by getting you to doubt your own reality. These gaslighting phrases can help you spot this
49 Quotes That Perfectly Capture What It’s Like to Fall in Love
Is there anything more exciting, comforting—or terrifying—than falling in love? If you can't stop pinching yourself (and can't catch your...
Is Your Spouse Micro-Cheating? Here’s What that Is and How to Know
These things may look innocent at first but they can have serious consequences.
What Is Gaslighting—and How to Tell if You’re Experiencing It
Gaslighting is a type of emotional abuse that is much more common in relationships than you might think.
Science Debunks 7 of the Biggest Myths About a Good Marriage
Relationship researchers John Gottman and Julie Gottman break down what's myth and what's real in a good marriage.
5 Factors Linked to Successful Relationships, According to Science
14 Places to Donate to Fight Racism and Injustice
If you want to address racial injustice, these organizations will help make sure your donation does the most good in...
How to Online Date While Social Distancing for Coronavirus
A single woman and a committed couple share how they are dating during Covid-19 quarantine while still following social...
Asking Yourself These Two Little Questions Can Stop Any Fight in its Tracks
Science suggests asking these two questions is the key to a better relationship and to resolving conflicts more effectively among...
These Are the 2 Words Never to Say to Someone Going Through a Crisis
If a friend is going through a crisis and approaches you for support, focus on listening, and avoid these two...