Most people vastly misjudge how long others want a chat to last. Informative, empathetic, meaningful conversations are the lifeblood of a rich social and business life. So you'd think that, since we talk
Have you ever had a situation in which someone agreed to do things your way, only to then quietly sabotage your plan and do all they can to make it fail? This subtle, toxic behavior is known as passive-aggression.
The most comprehensive study of well-being in history reveals a single message that comes through loud and clear. Our lives depend on our relationships. From the moment we're born, we rely on others to
Most people use a few well-practiced strategies for deflection. Most people give compliments because they want to express genuine appreciation, validate your feelings or achievements, or strengthen a bond.
Big gestures are great. (No one would turn down a surprise weekend getaway, are we right?) But if we're honest, it's really the little, everyday things that count — especially when it comes to marriage.