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Life Partners | Advice & Self-Help

Advice & Self-Help | Life Partners

How Mindfulness Can Help Couples Cool Down

Linda Graham explains how therapists—and couples themselves—can prevent conflicts from spiraling out of control.

    Advice & Self-Help | Life Partners

    Love Advice After 32 Years of Marriage

    My parents may be at fault for me romanticizing love. Last week, they celebrated their 32nd anniversary. Because sadly, that is much different than the modern love story of today, I asked them, separately how they've made it work this long.

        Advice & Self-Help | Life Partners

        This May Be the Secret to Happiness in Relationships

        You may think the best way to deepen your relationship is to have serious, deep discussions about your thoughts and feelings. However, it may be that sharing a smile rather than deep feelings can be as good, if not better, for your relationship’s long-t

          Advice & Self-Help | Life Partners

          Audacity of Mature Love: Is It Ever Too Old For Love? | Anita Nahal, Ph.D., CDP | LinkedIn

          (photo credit above) http://wemagazineforwomen.com/you-are-never-too-old-for-love/The other day I was speaking with a much younger friend who lives in India, and she vehemently denied that older folks need to feel or want love.  She said, if you are abo

          Advice & Self-Help | Life Partners

          A partner's job search is your job search, too | Monster.com

          Amelia Shroyer moved to Berlin in 2012 to be with her then-boyfriend, Nic. She didn’t have a job or speak German. Nic worked full-time and made good money, but she found it hard to be unemployed. “I'm a pretty industrious and driven person, and it mad

          Advice & Self-Help | Life Partners

          3 Reasons Why Dave Goldberg Was a Model Life Partner | Inc.com

          As Silicon Valley mourns the loss of Dave Goldberg, CEO of SurveyMonkey and the late husband of Sheryl Sandberg, here's a look at what made him an ideal partner and one of Sandberg's greatest 'career decisions.'