Written for those with empathic tendencies - guidance on when to hold on, when to let go, and how to loosen your grip so that love can flourish.
What does it mean to be a good listener? Do you struggle connecting truthfully and deeply with others? This article is all about how you can improve in these areas.
Self-centered people are easy to spot by the behaviors they exhibit. Whether they are complaining, speeding, criticizing, or talking about themselves, they never fail to annoy the people around them.
Maybe you’re meeting your future spouse, or perhaps a future best friend — no matter what the case is, getting to know you questions are a great way to start the conversation with someone new!
Is your new date a stalker? Video and quiz on how to recognize stalking behavior, whether it's insidious or over the top. Learn how to protect yourself.
Conversation is one of the most underappreciated skills today. But with these 10 ways to have a better conversation, you'll be sure to make a good impression.
Good deeds are very powerful, not only for the giver and the recipient of the favor, but also for society as a whole. This list explains the many benefits of performing good deeds, random acts of kindness and other types of generous favors.
This article discusses my own personal experience in recovering from a toxic relationship with a narcissist. In it I offer advice to others seeking relief from a destructive relationship.
Scripture gives clear instruction about how we should respond so that we are not overwhelmed when people criticize us.
Here are seven practices church attenders commonly engage in that actually discourage rather than encouraging their pastors.
Learn how to show your appreciation to people in a way that suits the occasion and avoids awkward situations.
Undermining can be very subtle and sometimes hard to spot at first, but if you are being targeted, you will soon start to see a pattern.
Remembering names is a an important social skill. But a lot of people are lousy at it. Luckily, you can learn how to remember names and make a good impression.
Interpersonal skills – also called people skills or social skills – are not just about communication skills, but also touch on our ability to make decisions, solve problems and manage stress.