Loving Relationships

Omega: What do you consider a healthy relationship?

Kate and Joel: A healthy relationship includes: mutual respect and care; willingness to listen and learn from one another; ability to empathize and put...

We need to answer the call to become each other’s healers. It means that you avoid, at all cost, re-wounding each other so that you can become true advocates for each other. Only for the strong-willed, this is an art—an honor—a sacred duty....

The saying “the best things in life are free” can easily be forgotten when it comes to giving gifts and expressing love to people in our life.

The pressure to give expensive gifts has become part of our cultural fabric, but there are...

Omega: In The Master Key, you wrote that “falling in love has more in common with spiritual illumination that we might think. The...

Of all our relationships, one stands apart in its ability to inspire and mystify—our relationship to the universe—but most of the time we remain as unaware of the star-speckled space enveloping us as the wallpaper in our living room.

The...

No one is perfect—not even you. Couples become happiest in relationships when they realize what their relationship priorities really are, and then act from those priorities. When they do, the relationship thrives despite imperfections.

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Most of us fear love as much as we want it, sometimes less, sometimes more. We fear both the receiving and giving of full-on love. The engaged focus on us from loving eyes can feel invasive. Those who want our love can seem to be asking too much...

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