Even the IHSF bloggers have a tough time with their love lives now and then. Sophia Lee took a moment to reflect on a challenge she recently encountered and passes on an important lesson in this personal anecdote.
Tags: careers, love, relationships, stress, work-life balance
Communication is key – except when we use our words as weapons. Take a moment to think in a hot-headed moment, and lead your relationship down a path of mutual respect and compassion.
Tags: communication, compassion, emotions, relationships, respect
Peggy Orenstein’s new book, “Girls & Sex,” reveals some shocking patterns in young women exploring their sexuality. But when we consider the messages surrounding them and sex, are these patterns really so surprising?
Tags: adolescents, Girls & Sex, Peggy Orenstein, sex, support
Couples fight – that’s just a fact of life. Avoid these common myths and learn to do what’s best for you and your partner.
Tags: arguments, fighting, guidance, IHSF Relationship Handbook, relationships
You won’t get this super secret just by reading this teaser! Click the headline to learn what it takes to cultivate happy, healthy relationships.
Tags: attitude, positivity, relationships, trust, vulnerability
The IHSF Relationship Handbook is a guide we designed to offer bite-sized advice on how to approach common relationship dilemmas. In this installment, Sophia Lee breaks down the potential of calamity of negative emotions and gives us all an opportunity to practice self-healing.
Tags: dating, emotions, guidance, IHSF Relationship Handbook, relationships
For a day that’s all about love, Valentine’s Day sure gets a lot of hate! It’s time to cut this day some slack, starting with these six easy dos and don’ts.
Tags: love, relationships, Valentine's Day
Having trouble with your partner’s ex? Check out these three helpful tips to communicating your way through this dilemma, and come back for more as blogger Sophia Lee adds to the IHSF Relationship Handbook one chapter at a time.
Tags: dating, exes, guidance, IHSF Relationship Handbook, relationships
Romantic gestures can be meaningful ways to show affection, but they shouldn’t define your relationship. Don’t let the idea of romance cover up the real problems between you and your partner.
Tags: love, relationships, romance