Relationships

Relationships

This Is Your Brain on Lies 

Whether it’s lying about being sick or being stuck in traffic, telling a white lie may seem to make our lives a lot more convenient. But research shows when we shrug off white lies, we feel more comfortable telling bigger lies and hurting the people we care about. Read More 

  • Mindful Staff
  • January 14, 2021
Relationships

Sebene Selassie Explores the Truth of Belonging 

So much of our pain comes from feeling out of step with ourselves, our peers, even our world. But in her new book, Sebene Selassie makes the case that we belong. To everything. Simply by being here. Read More 

  • Sebene Selassie
  • January 12, 2021
Relationships

How to Defuse an Argument with Your Partner 

Arguing with your significant other is an inevitable part of married life. Nate Klemp and Kaley Klemp offer two mindful ways to help you soothe tension and tame reactivity. Read More 

  • Nate Klemp and Kaley Klemp
  • January 6, 2021
Relationships

5 Research-Backed Ways to Strengthen Your Marriage 

It may feel bizarre to boil love, intimacy, and sex down to a science. While there is no formula for the perfect romantic relationship, Nate Klemp and Kaley Klemp unpack some of the research on what works and what doesn’t in marriage. Read More 

  • Nate Klemp and Kaley Klemp
  • December 4, 2020
Relationships

Turning Toward Collaborative Leadership 

How a deep mindfulness practice helped Jessica Morey loosen the reins at Inward Bound Mindfulness Education, and empower the organization to adopt a new way to work. Read More 

  • Stephanie Domet
  • November 19, 2020
Guided Meditation

A 3-Minute Meditation to Cultivate Forgiveness 

It can be difficult to forgive past wrongs, but we are the ones who hurt most when we don’t. Follow this guided practice from Elisha Goldstein to find your way forward. Read More 

  • Elisha Goldstein
  • November 16, 2020
Relationships

Why Personal Space Is A Good Thing in Marriage 

Stay-at-home orders can complicate how we meet our needs for personal space. Nate Klemp and Kaley Klemp make the case for creating a little breathing room—even in intimate relationships. Read More 

  • Nate Klemp and Kaley Klemp
  • November 13, 2020

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