in LOVE & RELATIONSHIPS

Whether it’s your spouse, children, parents, co-workers, or customers, relationships are at the center of your life. Mindfulness and awareness offers effective ways to find more harmony and love in your relationships.

You know the ones: They punch, kick, swear, and generally give us a hard time. Mitch Abblett, Ph.D., explores our perception of naughty kids and how we can change it with a little mindfulness. 

In the first installment of Mindful's relationships Q&A series, Dr. Cheryl Fraser answers your questions about managing work and life. 

Putting space between you and your reaction allows you to respond with kindness—and gets you out of autopilot mode with your children, Mitch Abblett writes. 

Cookie Monster helps his guests with their life problems, and lets them have a few cookies, too. 

Anger is a tool that helps us read and respond to upsetting social situations. But how can you stop it from getting out of hand?