The Ones Who Got Away

After a strict upbringing, early heartbreak, and a celebrity crush, I’m indefinitely single.

When Traumas Collide

On the surface we looked like a talkative wife and silent husband. Underneath, ghosts were at war.

Don’t Analyze This

When you get scared, your mind starts frantically telling old stories. Don’t listen to them.

One-Night Chat

On a Friday night in LA, two strangers finally figure out the secret to lasting love.

Games People Play

Look beneath the role you tend to play in relationship, then beneath that, and so on, until you see the hilarity of it all.

Go Ahead, Go to Bed Angry

Whoever said couples should solve every argument before bed? Sleep on it and you may forget the fight altogether.

Want the One You’re With

We crave long-term relationships but we also want to re-experience that first wave of passion. Here’s how to crush on the one you love.

The Spiral of Trust

Fear kept private builds on itself, but share your fears and watch trust grow.

The Physics of Love

In the natural world, the strongest elements know how to bend and not break. Do you?

The Secret to Compromise

Instead of giving in, butting heads, or walking away, figure out that one specific thing you are so unwilling to let go of.

The Beauty of Anger

The emotion we most fear is the one we need to let ourselves feel. The key is doing it safely—and alone.

It’s Not What You Say

When words get in the way, use your intuition and your body to reconnect with your partner on a deeper level.

A Soft Place to Fall

A new baby, around-the-clock feedings, sleep deprivation, a tight budget—and a gift that will never be forgotten.

Some Like It Vulnerable

Want to rock his or her world? Start with opening up to your raw, tender truth and paying full attention to each moment.

Little Lies, Big Damage

It’s the small daily omissions that erode a relationship. How I finally learned to show up  and tell the truth.

The Foursome

In my open marriage, feelings of jealousy and rejection emerge in unexpected places, and point the way toward growth.

The Benefits of Hashing It Out

It’s not the most fun way to spend an evening, but the data is clear: Couples who argue are better off than those who never rock the boat.