Relationships

Interpersonal relationships are a vital part of everyday life. We know relationships aren’t perfect, but we can help guide you through advice on how to fix common issues, things you should and shouldn’t say to the people in your life, and, of course, roundups of funny cartoons and quotes to remind you that laughter can be the best medicine.

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      Cultivate Better Bonds With Neighbors and Friends

      Modern life is a lot less conducive to friendships and neighborliness than it used to be. The average American moves


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      Big Boys Don’t Cry — and Other Myths About Men and Their Emotions

      Who chokes up at sappy movies? Who gets so swept away by excitement that they leap to their feet and


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      Healthy Ways to Deal With Guilt

      Ask anyone to define “guilt,” and they hem and haw. It’s a feeling that’s kind of hard to describe. A


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      10 Steps Toward Raising a Tolerant Child

      As Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “Universal human rights begin in small places, close to home.” And Tolerance.org, a website from


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      Resources for Parents of Kids With Disabilities

      Good news for families with special needs: There is a wide variety of information, resources and products that can make


      Why We Love Who We Love

      The real reasons why we choose that special someone.


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      Swimming Pool Safety

      Two-thirds of childhood drownings occur May through August, making drowning the biggest summertime risk for kids. If you have a


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      The Essential Halloween Safety Checklist

      Halloween is a time for fun and treats, but it can also be dangerous if you’re not careful. Falls are

      40+ College Dorm Room Essentials You’ll Definitely Need This Year

      From handy gadgets to cool organization tools, these items will help you feel right at home in your college abode.