Despite our best intentions, the things we say to our single friends can be hurtful—and occasionally even devastating. Relationship and wellness expert Deepak Kashyap reveals why you should never say these six things to a single friend.
A compliment, a question, and a game can get anyone to like you. Memorize them.
Some people are always the life of the party. You can’t get enough of them and they’re a pleasure to be around. They just have this natural charm that makes them likable and irresistible. But—why is this the case? Find out some of their shared traits.
Forget the “golden rule.” You should start following the “platinum rule,” instead.
Having five moms has made Mark Peyser something of an expert on the species—and he means species in the horticultural sense.
Think your sex life is over after 40? Hardly—you’re just getting warmed up. Here’s what to expect when you’re getting it on in your fourth decade.
Don’t see eye to eye with family members on a hot-button political issue? Relationship and wellness expert Deepak Kashyap shares tips on how to prevent your holiday dinner from descending into a heated political debate.
When a loved one takes the brave step to come out to you as an LGBTQ+ individual, the way you respond, and the way in which it’s interpreted, can have lasting effects. Relationship and wellness expert Deepak Kashyap reveals the seven things you should never say to someone who comes out of the closet—and what you should say instead.
Kimberly Seltzer, a therapist, dating, and makeover expert, explains how to take a more active role in finding romance.
Do you prefer your morning joe sans cream and sugar? A study says you’re probably a psychopath with sadistic tendencies.
Whether you’re the one who was left heartbroken or the one who ended the relationship, breaking up is hard to do. Immediately post breakup you may feel angry or lonely, but try to stay positive.
Sometimes all it takes to restore your faith in humanity is a random act of kindness. These 12 real life stories demonstrate the life-changing power of a single selfless act.
Up to 13 per cent of the global population could be afraid of laughter. No joke.
What does someone who has suffered a sudden trauma and grief most need?
If you knew these things, you wouldn’t need a marriage counsellor, would you? These secrets come from the book, How to Survive the Crisis of an Affair.
Spoiler alert: It all relies on the company you keep.
Is it possible to teach someone how to be funny? Although some comedians have an innate ability to make people laugh, it also comes down to how well you know yourself—and your audience.
Most Canadians move multiple times in their lives. Changing homes is already stressful enough without worrying about losing touch with loved ones. Here are some simple strategies to keep you connected with friends and family after the big move.
Getting your child out the door each morning can be tricky when they’re dealing with problems when they walk into the classroom. Here’s what you can do to help.
Think someone is trying to pull the wool over your eyes? Look for these six telltale signs someone is lying.