Being sensitive and having strong emotional reactions is not in and of itself a problem. But when it comes to interpersonal relationships we may want to deal with these situations differently.
Living at home as an adult can be challenging – particularly when it’s due to familial or cultural expectations, responsibilities, or need. Here are some ways to manage the stress and maintain your independence.
When relationships are not mutually beneficial, it’s important to understand the reasons why and take steps to move forward emotionally. So, what can you do to move forward?
People often turn to their friends for support with difficulties in their romantic relationship and bluntly ask for their opinion. Rarely, if ever, does any good come from providing candid opinions.
Many of us struggle with being assertive and communicating assertively. Dr. Samra has 5 tips to help you learn to say no.
Every couple is faced to some degree with differences in terms of beliefs and values. But how do we maintain relationships when there are core differences?
Virtually every type of relationship – whether it’s romantic, a friendship or one between a parent and child – has a set of norms. Do they need to be formalized to work?
Healthy solitude is beneficial for our well-being. But it can be challenging to set aside time to be alone when we’re in a relationship—especially with kids!