Entrepreneur Robert Reffkin says he has more mentors than anyone he knows and he believes that finding people who can advise and support you is much easier than most people imagine. Here’s how.

Non-apologizers are maddening to be around, especially when they’re clearly in the wrong. Here’s what drives their unrepentant ways and what you can do, from psychologist Guy Winch.

Most of us think of “compassion” as something that’s soft and feel good. But that approach doesn’t work in tough moments or in tough conversations. Writer Elizabeth Svoboda shares the benefits of “tough compassion” and how to use it in your relationships.

Setting boundaries is not a one-time act; it’s a process. Here are some tools and scripts that will help you create a foundation to build on, from psychotherapist Terri Cole.

The end of a friendship can hit you with a heartbreak that you’re not prepared for. Friendship coach Danielle Bayard Jackson and entrepreneur Kristen Newton explain how you can navigate this loss and move forward.

It’s time to start prioritizing sleep as a mutual goal within your relationship. Here’s why, explains sleep scientist Wendy M. Troxel PhD.

When we avoid arguing, we miss the opportunity to help our relationship improve — without arguments there is no progress. Here’s how we can embrace conflict *and* resolve it, from psychology professor Gary Lewandowski PhD .