Relationships and Marriage - Self Esteem

It's Never Too Late to Find Love Again

If you're open to love, your next relationship could be right around the corner.

5 Types of Friends You Need (and a Few You Don't)

Friends matter. They inspire, advise, and comfort us in a way no one else can. Here are examples of some friendships worth cultivating, and others worth cutting.

"Me First" Is Bad for Your Health

A self-absorbed attitude can cause health hazards, reveals a new study.

Social Anxiety vs. Shyness

Are your feelings of discomfort just shyness, or a sign of a more serious health condition? Here's how to tell the difference.

Are You Too Nice For Your Own Good?

Learn how to find the middle ground between being accommodating and being stepped on.

Men, Show More Emotion: It Makes You Healthier

Contrary to popular belief, it's not weak for men to show emotions. As a matter of fact, research found that the more "macho" a man is, the less likely he is to be healthy. Diet and exercise aren't the only parts of overall health. Here's how to sharpen your mental and emotional skills.

Why You Need to Love Yourself Before Loving Others

A satisfying relationship with a special someone doesn't happen overnight. If you're looking for love, you may wonder why it's just not happening. You may find the process much easier if you learn to love yourself first.

The Physiology of Falling in Love

New lovers attribute their passionate feelings to matters of the heart. However, scientists are unraveling the science of falling in love and linking it directly to the brain.

10 Tips for Coping with a Lonely Valentine's Day

Since we can't really sleep the day away, here are a few tips for coping with Valentine's Day.

10 Ways to Recapture Your Sex Appeal

If you're feeling a definite lack of sparkle and sizzle in your love life, it may just be all in your head. You can look glowing, desirable, self-confident and utterly sexy again, but it has to start with you.

Menopause and Sex

When you’re going through menopause, sex may take a backseat to coping with hot flashes, mood swings, and other menopause symptoms. Learn how to cope and keep your sex life alive.

4 Surefire Secrets of Happy People

Don't worry, be happy. And you can be—if you follow these helpful tips.

6 People to Avoid At All Costs

Don't let these toxic types bring you down.

6 Ways to Survive a Breakup

Ending a relationship can be a painful. Follow these tips to bounce back from a broken heart.

How to Bounce Back From Embarrassment

A sense of humor and perspective can help you maintain your dignity—even in the most humiliating circumstances.

Elective Procedures and Body Image

Can elective procedures boost your confidence and enhance your self-esteem?

How to Stand Up for Yourself

Do people walk all over you? Follow these tips to start becoming more assertive.

Are You Emotionally Intelligent?

An ever-growing topic among psychologists, emotional intelligence can play a significant role in your job, your relationships, and your own self-worth.

Beating the Holiday Blues: Understanding SAD

An estimated 10 million Americans, or about 6 percent of the U.S. population, experience these feelings in their most extreme form--a condition known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
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