Creating Happy and Healthy Relationships
By Leslie Becker-Phelps, Ph.D.
The Relationships and Coping community postings are filled with all kinds of relationship questions – a good many of them are about love. They directly ask or imply questions, such
I recently heard about an extremely touching story that I want to share: Diagnosed at five months old with a cancerous tumor on his diaphragm, two-year old Aiden Lipscomb
Women are often wonderful nurturers… to others. What they have a more difficult time with is caring for themselves. Although every woman with this struggle has her own reasons,
As summer nears an end, you may be reflecting upon memories, evaluating them, and thinking wistfully about the
In this past week, the United States economy was at risk while Washington battled over how to increase the debt ceiling (thus making it possible for the U.S. to avoid defaulting on
Summer is filled with life’s simple pleasures — whether at a local pool, on a much-anticipated vacation, or simply because of a slower pace of life. But, when Gershwin referred to it as a
Someone on the Relationships and Coping Community recently explained that she grew up in a family where the daughters were abused; and she was struggling with family dynamics
All too often, people think that their love lives should be like a fairy tale — and that their love will make everything okay.
It happens all the time. Someone you care about has upset you or is making a big mistake in their life (or both). You want them to know you are upset or change what they are doing. But
One of the members of our Relationships and Coping Community recently shared the numerous problems she is facing. Financial problems led to marital problems that were