Family and the Web of Woundedness
Compassion is the capacity to move beyond our own sense of entitlement and victimhood and move inside the other…
Why Relationships Work
We need someone standing there with us, supporting, challenging and reminding us of the qualities we need to perfect.
Avoiding Disconnection in a Relationship
When we feel that disconnection happening, we make a point of scheduling a date night.
What Causes Love to Go Away?
Leaving the ego behind is the same as the spiritual quest for the true self.
The Key to a Healthy Relationship
On any marital journey, it always helps to have perspective at your fingertips.
The Basics of Investing
A brief and totally non-comprehensive overview of some of the issues worth considering amidst all the chaos and emotion…
The State of the Financial Markets
We are at a fascinating point in history and have recently witnessed some remarkable and unnerving events in world…
Sending Kids to School with Section 529
Sending children to college is likely the biggest expenditure one has in the raising of children in the U.S.…
10 Ways to Save Money and Invest Wisely
In these tough economic times, we all need to think about how to save more, or earn more from…
The Practice of Love
“Babe, let's find a moment, daily, to surprise each other with a kiss, a DEEP one.”
Why Marriage Isn’t the Culmination of Love
...if you practice it faithfully and well, as disciples of love itself, the love which first brought you together…
Relationships: What You See is What You Get
If each partner in a relationship is dedicated to helping their mate grow, evolve and flourish without trying to…
At goop, we believe wellness is deeply individual. One woman’s path to health may call for sobriety; another's may involve a nightly whiskey ritual. Regardless, it’s the holistic picture that matters to us, being careful never to cleave the mind from a conversation about the body, or the body from a conversation about the mind.
Our goal has always been to ask questions—about our sex lives, our spiritual lives, the food we eat, how we work out, what happens when we die—and we know we're not the only curious ones. The answers help us get closer to what "well" means to each of us individually, and we hope they’re helpful to you.
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