Relationships & Family

Omega: What was it like to grow up in a musical household?

Ysaye: My father taught piano, violin, and viola in our home, and I wanted to do what they were doing. I remember at two and a half I had this...

Omega: How can couples cultivate more playfulness in their relationship?

Richard: People do take themselves much too seriously. I have a title for a book that I'd like to write, called We're Married,...

Omega: Why do you say we're wired more for war than love, and what does that mean for relationships?

Stan: We have more centers in the brain that are responsible for keeping us alive and preserving...

Omega: What instrument would you still like to learn how to play?

Jimmie: I would love to play the piano. I always regret that I didn’t learn the piano. I also would like to play the electric guitar....

Omega: Why do you think it’s so difficult for us to talk about sex?

Cyndi: I’m very interested in why sex is still such a taboo topic. Sex, sexuality, and connection are part of the human condition. Yet...

You're never going to be perfect, and neither is your soulmate, says Arielle Ford, "the Fairy Godmother of Love." Don't let perfection stand in the way of finding love right now.

Arielle Ford, "the Fairy Godmother of Love," is convinced your soulmate is out there looking for you just as you're looking for them. Here's why.

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