Back to Top
Get a print subscription to Reader's Digest and instantly enjoy free digital access on any device.
Next: Provide address & payment
© 2016 Reader's Digest Association Inc. Terms & Conditions Your Privacy Rights
© 2016 TRUSTED MEDIA BRANDS, INC.
Terms & Conditions
Your Privacy Rights
Reader's Digest |
Taste of Home
The Family Handyman
Building & Construction Professionals
Time to rethink your #RelationshipGoals.
Here’s how to win the battle—and the war.
Replace those cricticisms with compassion and open-mindedness.
Once you know the real reasons couples end up in his office, you can take steps to make sure you don’t.
No, this isn’t couples therapy voodoo. Sometimes all it takes to boost your marriage are a few little tweaks in your mood or daily habits.
Experts say we’re in an epidemic of narcissism—do you know the telltale signs?
Developing trust between you and your boss will make you a better worker, and you’ll likely end up with the freedom to take on bigger assignments.
While part of trust is simply taking your partner’s word, these little indicators make it easier to know you’re in a loving, stable relationship.
Slip these words into your conversations to build trust between friends and coworkers.
These nonverbal cues will help people see you as more trustworthy.
No doubt you’ve seen—or made—more than one of these boneheaded blunders. Avoid them and you won’t have to engage in spin control later.
These are a major turn-off.
The first step is admitting you have a problem.
Short-term stress can actually boost your productivity and immunity. But when that stress won’t go away, you could find yourself struggling.
The key to handling interactions with grace: anticipating the other person’s point of view (often before he knows it himself).
When the weather is lousy and you just don’t want to leave the house, turn off your Netflix binge and banish boredom with these productive ideas.
How not to be the most annoying person on your group text chain.
Memory loss can be scary, but patience, trust, and encouragement can help your loved one continue living a meaningful life.
Barking dogs, loud music, late-night parties—we all know the signs of a bad neighbor. Here’s how to tell if you’re everyone’s favorite on the block.