Self-discipline means learning to get good at discomfort, to stick to something, and to enjoy any activity as a reward in and of itself.
Think about a person in your life it feels good to spend time with: a friend, family member, partner/spouse, coworker or even a neighbor. Do you usually walk away feeling like you had more energy -- or even happy?
Whether it's wearing a forced smile or being part of group that can't keep straight faces, there's a lot you can tell from awkward family photos.
Whether your marriage needs an overhaul or you just want to give it some preventative maintenance, the solution may be the same: feel the gratitude.
Instead of an apple a day, could a hug a day keep the doctor away? According to research, hugs for health may not be that far-fetched of an idea.
When comparing your partner to someone else's, do you find yours comes up short?
Two relationship coaches offer these practical strategies and timeless tips to help any relationship become a long-term love.
A study suggests that men's insecurities about relationships, and conflicted views of romantic partners, could lead to sexist views of women.
Is it possible to observe an argument with your spouse from the vantage point of an observer? Find out about a different kind of therapy for your marriage.
When a teen has an argument with dad, the response he or she receives is linked to better well-being and a healthier father-child relationship.
When a teen has an argument with their father, who do they seek out to talk about such family quarrels? Do they turn to mom or dad?