Boundary Styles: Where do You Sit on the Spectrum?

There are three main types of boundaries—porous, rigid, and healthy. Which one you naturally gravitate towards?

Ways to Disagree: Punchers, Blockers, Embracers and Pioneers

Four stances or postures that we can adopt when we don’t necessarily agree with what someone is proposing.

We Know About Relationship Red Flags – But What About Green Flags?

Green flags: the often-unnoticed yet equally vital indicators that lead us towards the right relationship and help us build stronger ones.

Yes, It is Still Possible to Disagree Well

There is a community that is striving to see the love of Jesus change hostile debates into meaningful discussions.

The Art of Conversation: Are You an Illuminator or a Diminisher?

Often we assume we are better conversationalists than we are. It is hard to listen well. It is easier to be a diminisher than an illuminator.

The Important Role of Grandparents

New research shows just how much grandparents are contributing to their grandchildren’s lives and their educational aspirations.

How Your Attachment Style Shapes Your Love Life

Ever wondered why your love life feels like a real-life drama? It’s because your attachment style is shaping your romantic relationship.

The Flip Side of Empathy

When empathy is at work, there are a few traps that can prevent us from actually caring about others properly.

What is Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapy?

Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy is a therapeutic modality that has been proven to be effective in treating a wide range of conditions.

Move Conversations From Mundane to Meaningful

There are ways to make your conversations deeper, more interesting and more ‘salty’, in the best way, say Amy Isham and Craig Josling.

First Steps to Financial Freedom as a Couple

There’s no one right way to get your finances under control, but there are certain principles couples need to follow to reach freedom.

Healthy Individuals Create Healthy Marriages

The health of a marriage is determined by individual health, so we need to care for our emotional, mental, physical and spiritual fitness.

7 Healthy Habits That Will Improve Your Marriage

Halt the unhealthy communication patterns that hurt your relationship and replace them with healthy ones to strengthen your marriage.

Be Brave – Let People Challenge Your Thinking

Having friends who hold opposing points of view on topics is one of the greatest gifts life can ever give your future, writes Amanda Viviers.

Five Tips for Difficult Conversations

If we don’t communicate what we need, we can fall into resentment. Here are five tips for effective communication in difficult situations.

The Case for Marriage and Why It’s Good For Us: Research Findings

Research shows that people in traditional nuclear families with a married couple, do better in economic, educational and health outcomes.

Set Your Boundaries

It’s important to set boundaries: what you will accept and what you won’t. Otherwise, you may become a “punching bag” for others.

When You Can’t Unfriend…

Problems are part of life, aren’t they – so why run away from them? Why unfriend problems? Brian Harris writes