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6 Ways to Make Co-Parenting Work During the Coronavirus Pandemic:
As families acclimate to the new normal during this global pandemic, former couples are contending with new challenges when it comes to co-parenting. We pinpointed the best practices for co-parenting while adhering to social distancing measures.
How to foster better working relationships even when you’re quarantined:
With the majority of Americans ordered to stay at home, the COVID-19 crisis is disrupting our work routines, as well as our rituals—those behaviors that create connection and shared meaning, and also mark key transitions in our days.
7 Pieces Of Parenting Advice Everyone Could Use Right Now:
Experts share advice normally used on kids that adults can use, too.
Opinion: Seven essential steps for thriving in our new world of social distance:
Jamie Metzl writes that while most of us have already taken big steps away from physical proximity as the core of our human intimacy, the social distancing required during the coronavirus outbreak will force us to take a quantum leap toward the virtualization of our lives. This will test our deep human need for intimate, physical connectivity with others, but there are ways that this need can be at least partly met.
Cuddling with your partner does something very surprising to your health:
If you can’t get close enough to your significant other (or non-significant other), scientific studies have your back, quite literally. As it turns out, cuddling might as well be a miracle drug. Most of us already know that cuddling with someone, be…
Important questions to ask your partner before getting serious:
Before getting too serious with your partner, there are some questions to ask. Before getting too serious, there are certain facts you should definitely know about them, such as how much debt they have and how they feel about divorce. We checked out a Reddit thread on the topic and highlighted some of the most compelling questions.
A psychological technique my mom taught me changed my marriage:
When Griggs was growing up, her mother, a clinical psychologist, would use a conflict-resolution technique called mirroring to make her children feel heard. Mirroring is the act of mimicking those around us, establishing a rapport between the people communicating. When Griggs and her husband found…
‘Realistic relationship goals’: Experts explain what it takes for love to last
The hashtag #realisticrelationshipgoals went viral this week as people shared advice on how to make a romantic relationship work. Inspired by these tweets, Inverse interviewed two relationship experts about relationship goals: Celeste Viciere and Suzie Pileggie Pawelski.
Problems at work? World-renowned therapist Esther Perel has advice.
Perel’s new podcast, ‘How’s Work?,’ explores job troubles — and how to overcome them