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Dating, breakups, marriage, friendships and family – our relationships with people can range from pleasant to complex. We discuss it all here.

Emotional intelligence: What is it and how can you improve yours?

Emotional intelligence: What is it and how can you improve yours?

Emotional intelligence isn’t just a buzzword or self-care trend, but an important capability that’s a driver behind success.

Jealousy in female friendships isn’t always a bad thing. Here’s why

Jealousy in female friendships isn’t always a bad thing. Here’s why

Feelings of jealousy can actually be a useful tool in maintaining friendships, a study has found.

How to navigate awkward family conversations this Christmas

How to navigate awkward family conversations this Christmas

Many people are anticipating the uncomfortable interactions with extended family during the holidays. Here’s how you can manage awkward conversations.

Whose career should be prioritised in a relationship?

Whose career should be prioritised in a relationship?

For today's modern couples, deciding whose career takes top priority within the relationship is becoming more nuanced and complex.

Reply only friendships: how to deal with a friend who never initiates

‘Reply only’ friendships: how to deal with a friend who never initiates

If a lack of reciprocity in your friendship is negatively impacting you, here’s how you can make a change.

How the pandemic has impacted female friendships

How the pandemic has impacted female friendships

The pandemic has shifted the dynamic of friendships for a lot of women, redefining the limits of who and what we care about.

When is it OK to ‘break up’ with family?

When is it OK to ‘break up’ with family?

With family, there’s an expectation to remain close regardless of toxic dynamics. But how do you know when it’s time to set firm boundaries?

How to develop strong female friendships at work

How to develop strong female friendships at work

When a company fosters an office environment that helps bring women together, conflict decreases and creativity soars.

Do you really need a best friend?

Do you really need a ‘best friend’?

The concept of having a singular ‘best friend’ is pervasive in Western culture, but is having a BFF imperative for connection and fulfillment?