The letter from the editor kicks off each issue and helps set the tone for the magazine. Over the next six issues, members of the S&H team will be writing the letter. This issue’s writer, Kalia Kelmenson, is our editorial director and resident book lover, surfer, and mind-body explorer.
Intimacy, relationships, self- love, and love for planet.
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The labyrinth can be a tool for working on relationships, and walking a labyrinth with other people can be a powerful way to understand how you relate to others.
Odds favor you’re the one who will have to initiate the work needed to refresh your relationship. No problem. Start here.
On being “an advocate, an activist for the expression of Love in all its forms . . .”
Some things not to say to those of us who tend to hate ourselves — and why, and what you might tell or ask us instead.
The two of us have been digging in to reconcile the differences between us for 15 years. What are we digging into? The thick, rich, confusing soil of the different ways we think, experience, and understand the world.
When it comes to sex, listening goes a lot deeper than hearing.
When we can channel our anger into compassionate communication, it can help us cultivate a stronger sense of self along with even more intimate and satisfying relationships.
Consider these affirmations an emotional shield for when you’re around someone who is allergic to optimism.
How can a lack of passion in your partnership be a good thing? When you use this opportunity to grow into the next phase of your relationship: rediscovery.
Could the “bro code” be part of our DNA? A new study has found that men’s testosterone levels drop during contact with the wives and girlfriends of their closest male pals.
Two new books in the field of positive psychology show us how to find real-life joy in our relationships.
Studies show that affirmations contribute to our well-being in tangible ways. Dig in to a year’s worth of positive self-talk from Louise Hay, Caroline Myss, Eckhart Tolle, Shakti Gawain, Marianne Williamson, S&H readers, and more.
Writer Jane Ganahl dips her toes into the pool of "conscious singles" looking for love online.
When a bull stops and finds querencia -- his place of safety -- he becomes truly dangerous. Yet in the arena of human relationships, this pause, this place of safety, is where healing begins.