Is your relationship suffering?
Conflicting pay cheques and attitudes towards money can cause friction in your relationship if you’re not careful.
How to deal with financial problems
David Goding discusses how conflicting pay cheques and attitudes towards money can cause friction in your relationship if you’re not careful.
Jade de Souza offers some advice
Take responsibility for your thoughts, feelings and behaviour with our top 5 tips.
Is your partner listed here?
Toxic types are not always easy to spot, explains author Josephine Collins
Follow our checklist to maintain good karma.
Learning to put positive karma into action may be the key that unlocks a healthier, wealthier, wiser you.
Parents say it, kids scream it, and it might very well be your boss's favourite word. So why is it so hard to say?
Whether through fear, a need to please or lack of assertiveness, almost everyone has trouble saying no. Angela Tufvesson asks five experts how to decline. Diplomatically
Holding on to emotional hurt is bad for your health. Why you should let go of the hurt and forgive a friend that's wronged you.
To avoid the physical pain associated with the betrayal of a friend, you need to learn to let go. Debbie Willimott investigates
Why do we find it so hard to let go - even when we can see and feel the damage the grudge is causing?
Holding on to emotional hurt is bad for your health. Experts claim it can damage all aspects of life, encouraging depression, digestive problems, exacerbating fatigue, lowering immunity and even causing physical pain. Debbie Willimott explores ways to budge the grudge of being cheated on, and devise a plan to make peace and move on for good
Psychologist Dr Mary Casey comes to the rescue
Does your relationship give you confidence? Do mutual trust, respect and admiration stand strong when challenges arise? Can you discuss anything with your partner?
8 signs of a controlling partner
The control freak will go to great lengths to get their own way; they can be manipulative, often intimidating, highly critical, and usually skilled at debate to the point of distorting the truth and, by their very nature, disrespectful.