How To Stop Measuring Yourself By Comparing with Others

Do you think a hike in your salary would make you happy? You believe so, don’t you? But hold on to that thought. There is more to it than just the percentage increase. For 2 years, I observed a team … r

7 Ways To Make The Most of Social Isolation

Social isolation is not ideal. It’s not good for our individual physical health, mental health, or the global economy. But right now it must be done for the collective wellbeing. When cinemas, bars, restaurants and malls close down and we’re … r

5 Ways We Invite Constant Conflict into Our Lives

Some of us encounter jerks all the time. Perhaps an aggressive driver flipped us off on the way to work, a harried woman cut in front of us in the checkout line at Target, or a coworker said something rude … r

Friends or Fakes? Recognizing the gas-lighters in your life and turning the tables

A true friend is a true gift. Friends are the family we get to choose. It’s often our friends that we form the closest bonds with, who see the best in us, who have our backs through good times and … r

This Valentine’s Day, Discover the Science Behind Love and the Brain

Neuroscience Expert Explains Connection Between Brainwaves and Your Emotional Health; and How to Embrace the Power of Your Most Vital Mental Instrument for a Better Love Life By Dr. Patrick K. Porter, Ph.D. There’s no denying that love makes most of … r

Messy Love

Messy Love: Doesn’t Mean It’s Not Perfect For You

Just because you’re in messy love, or imperfect, that doesn’t make it any less valid or real. A messy love can be beautiful, and certainly, pull you outside your comfort zones. When opposites attract, they can bring on a whole … r