Tip of the Day Archive
Finding a date/mate takes trying new approaches and showing flexibility.
When you have strong suspicions, odds are you need to discover some facts.
Before sharing your credit card, check out the reasons for being asked.
Rejecting a partner sexually is a sure way to not achieve the improvements you seek.
Not confronting a relative’s repeated racist remarks is tantamount to accepting them.
Shyness can sometimes be helped by enriching your own life and interests.
The solution to a loveless marriage requires thoughtful weighing of options.
You can’t force someone to quit smoking, but you can show how much you care for their health.
It’s never too late to apologize again for a mistake.
Don’t let family/social niceties interfere with protecting your child from aggression.
When a partner can’t accept your responsibility to children, you’re facing a deal-breaker.
Until a couple has The Talk, there are chances for misunderstandings and confusions about their relationship.
Relationship “solutions” that are tossed out in rage usually create far worse problems.
When a whole household is troubled, there’s more than one solution needed to calm it.
There’s more to finding a partner than scoring high as a catch.
If you let a pet peeve grow unresolved, you may end up with less friends and bigger problems.
Don’t let fear blind you to how far you’ve come away from a difficult past.
No relationship can thrive when one partner’s self-interest always comes first.
When divorce is unavoidable, look to the children’s best interests first.
Cultural and/or age gaps can be bridged, so long as others’ disapproval doesn’t win out.
Hope and optimism are necessary companions, if life is to move forward from tougher times.
Improving your self-esteem is an ongoing voyage of discovery and learning.
If you want people to ignore your bad record, you need to show you’re improving it.
Cheating just for kicks is a habit that dies hard.
Focus on your positive attributes to increase confidence in all areas.
When a partner’s anger becomes destructive, and change is unlikely, it’s time to save yourself.
Non-custodial parents often need a support network to help them handle their feelings of loss.
Parenting etiquette involves common sense and consideration of others, along with your child’s needs.
The more open you are to making friends, the more you broaden your network for eventually meeting someone with whom you connect romantically.