RELATIONSHIPS

Dogs Are People, Too…No, Really!
Family, Relationships

Dogs Are People, Too…No, Really!

Canine emotions are strikingly similar to humans’, and for good reason.

How Couples Can Fix Their Love Lives
Happiness, Marriage, Relationships

How Couples Can Fix Their Love Lives

A few simple ways to get your relationship back on track

Jealousy: Is It Normal Or Pathological?
Dating, Relationships

Jealousy: Is It Normal Or Pathological?

How to know if your feelings of jealousy are out of control

10 Key Ways That Positivity Enhances Your Career and Your Life
Career & Business, Relationships

10 Key Ways That Positivity Enhances Your Career and Your Life

How being more positive can make work and personal relationships more successful As a trained marriage and family therapist and career coach, I’ve spent more than eight years researching what makes some people highly successful – both interpersonally and in business – and others doomed to fail. I’ve observed this: being more positive in your behaviors and language makes room…

How To Help Your Child Be More Empathetic
Features, Media, Parenting, Relationships, Rose's Blog

How To Help Your Child Be More Empathetic

Parenting expert Michele Borba has answered your most sought-after questions

7 Ways To Deal With Picky Eaters
Parenting, Relationships

7 Ways To Deal With Picky Eaters

Strategies to help stressful mealtime scenes with kids

It Takes Two To Therapy
Happiness, Relationships

It Takes Two To Therapy

Regardless of how much two people love each other, sometimes couple therapy is just what the doctor ordered

Dogs are great for your health and here are the reasons why!
Happiness, Lifestyle, Relationships, Wellness & Health

Dogs are great for your health and here are the reasons why!

Dogs are friendly, loyal animals that make our lives better. They offer us companionship, love, and utter friendship. But, did you know that owning a dog actually had real health benefits? And not just physical ones. They’re also great for our mental health, and all in all, just make the quality of our life better. They bring happiness to the…

5 Ways to Listen from the Heart
Relationships, Transformation

5 Ways to Listen from the Heart

The secrets to supporting a stressed-out partner You’ve probably been in this situation: Your partner comes home upset from work or an event, and is confiding in you. You think you’re helping, smoothly saying all the right things, but—oh no! Lovey is getting more worked up. Angrier! Sadder! Oops. Jennifer Priem, Ph.D., might be able to help out. She’s a…

The Gift of Opening Yourself Up To Receiving
Relationships

The Gift of Opening Yourself Up To Receiving

Thanksgiving teaches us to love through honesty and vulnerability Thanksgiving is one of my most favorite holidays because as a nation we’re invited and encouraged to immerse ourselves in the experience of gratitude. We’re also reminded to be a bit more aware of the many blessings that surround us each day. Of course, the scrumptious food and delicious love of…

5 Ways to Declutter Your Social Life
Friendship, Happiness, Relationships

5 Ways to Declutter Your Social Life

Streamline your friendships for greater life satisfaction. We declutter our drawers, our cars and our closets. How often do we tidy up our social lives? They probably aren’t terribly streamlined, as pruning them sounds so … severe. It’s okay to take stock. Consider the research of esteemed anthropologist Robin Dunbar, who studies the evolutionary structure of social networks in primates.…

3 Steps To Practice Positive Parenting
Parenting, Relationships, Rose's Blog

3 Steps To Practice Positive Parenting

Get the cooperation you want and strengthen the connection you share

Real Relationships in a Virtual World
Lifestyle, Relationships, Technology

Real Relationships in a Virtual World

How to create deeper connections in a virtual workplace. I retired from teaching a number of years ago and now work with a non-profit organization where everything is done in a virtual environment.  This was a new experience for me.  I knew from the beginning that the technical aspects of the virtual workplace would be challenging.  I had a lot…

8 Things To Do When Your Day Gives You The Blues
Mindfulness, Relationships, Wisdom

8 Things To Do When Your Day Gives You The Blues

How to move more gracefully through a bad day From losing your keys or forgetting an appointment to missing out on an expected promotion, some days just don’t go your way. When your day gives you the blues, your mind can become your worst enemy. But with some focused thoughts and actions, you can get through it all with your…

Opening Your Heart After A Breakup
Relationships, Wisdom

Opening Your Heart After A Breakup

How to slowly regrow a vulnerable heart Opening your heart after a breakup begins with acceptance of the pain you feel. Fighting your emotions will slow down the healing process. Meanwhile, there are new rituals, points of view, daily habits and self-care that will move your broken heart toward a place of mending with openness and love. Don’t avoid your…

Celebrate All Kinds Of Love On Valentine’s Day
Happiness, Lifestyle, Relationships

Celebrate All Kinds Of Love On Valentine’s Day

Ways to spread the love on February 14th Some people dread Valentine’s Day because they feel that without perfect, romantic love, they are doomed to have a bad day. But February 14th is a day to celebrate all kinds of love – regardless of your relationship status. This holiday is one where even the most staunchly single can fill our…

Why I’m Not Facebook Friends With My Boyfriend
Dating, Relationships

Why I’m Not Facebook Friends With My Boyfriend

Cutting virtual ties can be the best thing for your relationship

Steering The Relationship
Dating, Marriage, Relationships

Steering The Relationship

Which part of yourself steers your relationship?

Dating Someone with Depression
Dating, Marriage, Relationships

Dating Someone with Depression

5 tips for coping with your partner’s mood disorder

5 Ways To Let Go Of Toxic Relationships
Relationships, Wellness & Health

5 Ways To Let Go Of Toxic Relationships

Tools to begin the process of letting go Toxic relationships can come from any source – mother-daughter, romantic, work-place relationships. Likewise, there are many different ways that a relationship can be toxic. Some people can be endlessly demanding; some are even manipulative or cruel. Whatever the relationship, or however the toxicity appears, it can be negative, unhealthy and draining. Sometimes,…

4 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting Your Career
Career & Business, Happiness, Relationships

4 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting Your Career

It hit me four years into my career—at that point, a sequence of entry-level to associate-level jobs—as I was filing papers for my boss on a Friday evening. The office lights had already gone out, and I was the only person left. I’d had too much work during the week to get to this more menial task. So there I was, on…

4 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting Your Career
Career & Business, Happiness, Relationships

4 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting Your Career

It hit me four years into my career—at that point, a sequence of entry-level to associate-level jobs—as I was filing papers for my boss on a Friday evening. The office lights had already gone out, and I was the only person left. I’d had too much work during the week to get to this more menial task. So there I was, on…

7 Ways to Help Kids Unplug from Technology
Body, Brain, Happiness, Insight, Lifestyle, Mind, Mindfulness, Parenting, Relationships, Technology, Wellness & Health

7 Ways to Help Kids Unplug from Technology

My childhood unfolded in the last few years BC (Before Computers). However, my own children and my students have lived their entire lives with bleeps and buzzes and signals from multiple channels of information. Parents and teachers alike worry about the impact that constant multitasking is having on children’s developing brains. Kids—digital natives—swim comfortably in the floods of information and…

10 Ways Pets Improve Mental Health
Friendship, Relationships

10 Ways Pets Improve Mental Health

The emotional transaction between pets and owners yields scientific benefits

8 Things to Do Before Starting a Relationship
Dating, Happiness, Relationships

8 Things to Do Before Starting a Relationship

“Self-love is the knowing that you were created to be completely loved and completely lovable just as you are. When you embrace this truth, the world mirrors that knowing. When you don’t feel loved or lovable, it is because you have lost your connection to your spiritual nature. You have lost your connection to your true self.” – Deepak Chopra…

How to Deal with Difficult People
Friendship, Relationships

How to Deal with Difficult People

Five types of difficult personalities and how to cope with them

Dating During The Holidays
Dating, Relationships

Dating During The Holidays

How to manage a relationship when celibacy seems easier

A More Mindful Way to Discipline Kids
Mindfulness, Parenting, Relationships, Wellness & Health

A More Mindful Way to Discipline Kids

As a mother and a writer who frequently covers child development issues, I’ve read countless parenting books filled with methods “guaranteed” to result in better-behaved children and a more peaceful, productive home. All of these titles are penned by experts who seem certain that their step-by-step strategies (and their strategies alone) are the key to raising happy, healthy kids—no matter…

Female Friendships
Friendship, Relationships

Female Friendships

Sisterhood makes one stronger, smarter, more confident

10 Good Reasons To Wait For Sex
Dating, Relationships

10 Good Reasons To Wait For Sex

Why delaying intimacy will strengthen your relationship

What To Do If Your Child Is Being Bullied
Media, Parenting, Relationships, Rose's Blog, Videos

What To Do If Your Child Is Being Bullied

Parenting expert Michele Borba has answered your most sought-after questions

How to Have a Peaceful Thanksgiving With Your Family
Relationships, Rose's Blog

How to Have a Peaceful Thanksgiving With Your Family

8 tips for keeping the peace Thanksgiving will be here before you know it, and along with cooking and traveling, there can be a certain level of stress associated with managing family time. This can be especially true if you have challenging relationships with certain relatives. Fortunately, you can use some of the same helpful strategies from your work environment…

Give Yourself the Gift Of Stress-Free Holidays
Happiness, Relationships, Rose's Blog

Give Yourself the Gift Of Stress-Free Holidays

3 ways to stay sane this season It’s the season of peace, love and joy. But the high level of stress during the holidays is enough to make anyone occasionally feel a bit Grinchy. It’s hard to say no to parties, gift exchanges, family traditions, charities and the never-ending supply of sweets and alcohol, but it’s important to remember to…

Expert Insider: Advice from Couples Psychologist Stan Tatkin
Dating, Relationships, Rose's Blog

Expert Insider: Advice from Couples Psychologist Stan Tatkin

How to find your ideal mate I’m so excited about my partnership with Stan Tatkin! We’ll be doing an exclusive Q&A with the Rewire Me community. Stan has helped me in my marriage by teaching me how our brains work in relationships and the neuroscience behind love. Stan is a clinician, researcher, teacher, and developer of A Psychobiological Approach to…

How To Talk To Your Teen About Dating
Dating, Parenting, Relationships, Rose's Blog

How To Talk To Your Teen About Dating

Parenting expert Michele Borba has answered your most sought-after questions

How To Get Your Kids To Do Their Homework
Features, Media, Parenting, Relationships, Rose's Blog

How To Get Your Kids To Do Their Homework

Parenting expert Michele Borba has answered your most sought-after questions

Our Thoughts Are With The People Of Istanbul
Friendship, Relationships, Rose's Blog

Our Thoughts Are With The People Of Istanbul

Let’s embrace our differences, and remember that hatefulness does not have to exist.

The #1 Predictor of Relationship Success No One Talks About
Dating, Relationships

The #1 Predictor of Relationship Success No One Talks About

How You Relate to Yourself Predicts Your Relationship Success With Others

A Better Way to Break-Up
Marriage, Relationships

A Better Way to Break-Up

The pain of divorce can bring us to our knees. What if there’s a way not just to regain our footing but to step onto a new emotional path?

Honoring Spring As A Family
Family, Happiness, Relationships, Rose's Blog

Honoring Spring As A Family

The vernal equinox as an opportunity for balance and growth

Andrew Faas Discusses The Bully’s Trap
Interviews, Media, Parenting, Relationships, Rose's Blog

Andrew Faas Discusses The Bully’s Trap

Andrew Faas discusses his book, “The Bully’s Trap: How to Prevent Bullying at Work,” who it is targeted towards and the main takeaways with Rewire Me CEO and Founder, Rose Caiola. In this interview, he examines the behavior of the bullied and how their behavior is learned and might be unlearned with regards to both the people involved and their…

The Science Of Touch
Marriage, Relationships

The Science Of Touch

How different types of touch affect relationships

The 5 Most Important Lessons You Can Teach Your Kids
Parenting, Relationships

The 5 Most Important Lessons You Can Teach Your Kids

You can’t protect your child from the world, but you can prepare them

Look At Me, Look At You
Family, Relationships

Look At Me, Look At You

Understanding how eye gaze affects relationships

The Psychology Of Gift Giving
Family, Friendship, Relationships

The Psychology Of Gift Giving

Psychology plays a key role in how gifts are perceived by giver and receiver

Rewire Your Brain For Love
Brain, Dating, Insight, Marriage, Relationships

Rewire Your Brain For Love

Create vibrant relationships using the science of mindfulness

Compassionate Conversation
Family, Relationships

Compassionate Conversation

8 ways to communicate when a loved one has Alzheimer’s

The New Empty Nest
Family, Relationships

The New Empty Nest

Five insights for a healthier transition for all

Mental Illness in Marriage
Marriage, Relationships

Mental Illness in Marriage

It’s important to know the whole story before calling it quits

Tiny Buddha’s 365 Tiny Love Challenges
Marriage, Relationships, Rose's Blog

Tiny Buddha’s 365 Tiny Love Challenges

Daily ways to be more loving toward our friends, our family and ourselves

When Mistakes Make Kids Quake
Parenting, Relationships

When Mistakes Make Kids Quake

A new book aims to help kids deal with the fear of failing

Love, Lies and Marriage
Marriage, Relationships

Love, Lies and Marriage

An interview with noted clinical sexologist Dr Kat Van Kirk

How You Know It's Over
Dating, Relationships

How You Know It's Over

Deciding when to stay or go can make all the difference

What Makes A Good Relationship? Fostering Your Self-Compassion
Marriage, Relationships

What Makes A Good Relationship? Fostering Your Self-Compassion

Owning up to your mistakes and forgiving yourself creates a healthier romance

Face-ism: How Faces And Expressions Predict One’s Future
Friendship, Relationships

Face-ism: How Faces And Expressions Predict One’s Future

How we interpret someone’s face has a surprising correlation with what that person will become

The “Me, Me, Me” Epidemic
Parenting, Relationships, Rose's Blog

The “Me, Me, Me” Epidemic

Raising capable, grateful kids in an over-entitled world

5 Ways To Prevent Over-Parenting From Ruining Your Family
Parenting, Relationships

5 Ways To Prevent Over-Parenting From Ruining Your Family

The antidote isn’t a different parenting approach, it’s a new mindset

The Deal Breaker
Family, Relationships

The Deal Breaker

In an either / or relationship, no one wins

Friendship And Your Brain
Friendship, Relationships

Friendship And Your Brain

How friendship makes a difference to your brain and your life

How To Feel Love All The Time, Not Just Sometimes
Marriage, Relationships, Rose's Blog

How To Feel Love All The Time, Not Just Sometimes

An interview with Meggan Watterson and Lodro Rinzler on love, spirituality and everything in between

6 Reasons Why Unstructured Play Is Vital For Children
Parenting, Relationships

6 Reasons Why Unstructured Play Is Vital For Children

Playtime is more than having fun, it can improve your child’s development

A New Way To Make Friends In Midlife
Friendship, Relationships, Rose's Blog

A New Way To Make Friends In Midlife

Unlike other matchmaking sites, Boomerly is designed to help users find friends

Social

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

You have successfully subscribed to our mail list.

Too many subscribe attempts for this email address

* required