Finding a mentor can help you grow in many areas of life. Mentors can offer wisdom and advice from life experiences you haven’t had yet. Learn more about how mentors can help you personally, professionally, and spiritually.
There can be many barriers to building relationships. Learn how to find true community by addressing the roots of the problems that distract us from it.
We were created to belong, experience wholeness, flourish in hope and find a life-changing community. Our hearts desire these aspects of life because it’s how we are wired.
The unexpected loss of a close friendship helped one person trust God in a deeper way.
Are you single? Do you ever feel like society offers an imbalanced perspective on singleness? This is often true, but regardless of your relationship status, it’s important to keep a good perspective and be intentional in life. Here are some suggestions on how to do that.
Our journey with God isn’t meant to be solitary. We need each other — it’s been this way since Christianity began.
Are you searching for your life’s purpose? How we each live out our purpose may look different, but our purpose was defined long, long ago.
I remember a time when I clicked refresh on my notifications for about the tenth time in a minute. My husband, watching quietly, asked, “Did you post that photo of us because you’re proud of me, or do you just care about the likes?”
Do you want healthy sexual intimacy to be part of your future? Then you have to make certain decisions today.
“Becoming an adult is the process of moving out of a ‘one-up/one-down’ relationship and into a peer relationship to other adults.”
Relationships can offer perspective and an opportunity for growth. But this doesn’t happen without being vulnerable and authentic. Learn why it’s worth the risk.
Our culture is obsessed with #squadgoals. We want a glamorous squad that can conquer the world. What are your actual “squad goals”? Who are the six people you truly need in your squad?
Shaping that foundation is critical, here are two helpful questions we should ask ourselves before a relationship spontaneously begins to grow.
After 20 years in the profession of helping people, I have come to understand something: we cause much of our pain by the people we choose. In every kind of clinical issue that psychologists deal with, relationships are a big part of the picture in some way.
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