Adyashanti: What is your relationship to that endless stream of thoughts in your head? Do you take them to be yours?
Articles for Relationship
Adyashanti: What is your relationship to that endless stream of thoughts in your head? Do you take them to be yours? Do you believe your thoughts
by Douglas LaBier: A couple drives to a dinner party in stony silence. Each harbors feelings about a disagreement from earlier that afternoon over a financial matter.
“You’re not what you eat — you’re who you eat with,” wrote Scientific American’s Christie Nicholson, reporting on recent research examining why our friends’ weight influences our own.
Remember a time when you couldn’t keep your hands off your partner? When with one look, one touch, you’d spend all day glowing in what felt like an all-consuming passion?
David Deida: Every man knows that his highest purpose in life cannot be reduced to any particular relationship.
By Ciel Patenaude: Of all the areas of our lives that stress and exhaustion affect, sex drive has got to be the most frustrating.
In the years that I’ve been working with people to help them understand their soul’s guidance in their lives, the most frequent question that arises is: How can I find a loving relationship?
By Rory Vaden: Great relationships develop not from the absence of conflict, but from determining an agreeable pattern for how to resolve conflict.