An overemphasis on Self-Responsibility without temperance by Other-Responsibility is narcissistic.
Mercedes is a millennial woman living in San Francisco who attended Renew's wellness retreat in December 2017 in Malibu. A combination of serendipitous signs led her to attend the retreat, and today she shares her journey about how heartbreak enabled her to realize, create and...
You are enough exactly as you are. Invest in yourself: work on your mind, listen to your inner voice and control your inner dialogue, because our thoughts and words are so powerful.
Once Andrew Kippen and I met our relationship unfolded very fast. It was a love at first sight kind of story. The minute I saw him I knew, “There is my husband,” and through a series of very bold moves, a ton of courage and...
You wake up to 15 missed calls and an assault of text messages escalating from “Hey what are you up to?” to complete hatred “I don’t believe you’re ignoring me you f*cking as*hole!” Chances are, you're dating someone with an anxious attachment style. Here's how...
If you are not getting the relationship outcomes you want, there may be one thing that’s getting in your way of happily ever after. Your attachment style. Our attachment system is a mechanism in our brain responsible for tracking and monitoring the safety and availability...
"There's a lot of people you can love. There's not that many people you can build a life with." Key observations from relationship therapist, Esther Perel.
As children, we picked up the good and bad habits of our caretakers, and without even knowing it, started to mirror such habits until they became our own.
Before you dish out your two cents, here are three things you need to know about giving and receiving advice.
Studies show that friends infect each other. In fact, each additional happy friend boosts our levels of happiness by nine percent.
A lot of men only saw me for beauty and did not value my personality or the depth behind me as a human being. Such men are attracted to the social stigma that beauty is power.
One day you will meet someone, and he will love everything about you that you were so sure was unlovable.
Want to spot the people who are toxic to your life? Here are a few types of friends you might want to avoid...
The more you wait the more special it is and the more willing he will likely be willing to work harder to win you over.
Love really happens when you least expect it . I definitely was not expecting to meet Mike after a 20-hour train ride. You can’t put so much pressure on yourself. But you have to be open to meeting people and going out.
Being in a state of lust comes and goes and is not necessarily a constant. Give each other space when one of you doesn’t feel like being intimate. And when you do, celebrate it.
We do special things for each other not only on holidays and birthdays.
Ask yourself when the last time you made out was. Sex is initiated by making out, not a peck on the lips.
When you are in a relationship and you want to go out more than you want to stay with your partner, it’s a sign you aren’t ready to settle down.
The right person will make you wonder “how” instead of question “why”. If you often catch yourself asking: “why am I with him?” he is likely not the right fit for you.
Don’t give everything away right in the beginning. You have to portion it out and keep us coming back for more or else we get bored quickly.
If you conclude you are not with the right person, instead of dragging it out, honor the fact that the person has a life to live and a love that’s waiting for them.
What it really means when you say "Don't judge me".
Recently we interviewed former bachelor about town, Chris Neary on his thoughts on changing from bachelorhood to fatherhood. This week, we sit down with Chris's wife, Nadeen Neary, who shares her side of the story. Name: Nadeen Neary, Fitness & Nutrition Coach Relationship status: Married, with...
Sexual attraction can be built in time. When you spend time with someone and draw out the process of dating you can see the person as a whole, versus purely on a physical level.
There’s always that guy (or girl) at a dinner or party. The one who always shows up late, the one who flakes last minute, the one underpays the bill, the one who constantly hijacks the conversation…
The bill is a non-issue. It’s a nice gesture. If they do pay it is appreciated but if they don’t, it’s not a deal breaker.
When you do 'come out', you understand that there is a vast variety of people and different relationship models that work.
If someone doesn’t bring out the best in you they are not for you.
Looks are important to only an extent. Pretty is physical. Sexy is an attitude.
Sometimes you will do things for love without rhyme or reason. And sometimes love is the only reason you need.
Take time to know someone, let things evolve. The best relationships are the ones that are built on friendship and care first.
Another weekend, another one-night stand. The cute guy you slept with from the bar still hasn't called. The guys that do contact you only text, (and only after midnight). You get asked out to meet for a drink but never for dinner. Any of these...
Love your life first and foremost. The people who are meant to fall into that will come.